The Top 10 With Realme X7 Max

The Top 10 With Realme X7 Max

The smart TV will also come with HDR support and include Dolby Vision technology, as per the recent teasers. The company will unveil the Realme X7 series and Narzo 30 phones, in addition to the Realme 8 series. Realme claims the multi-layer 3D graphite thermal conduction improves cooling efficiency on the device. I think, for Rs 26,999, the Realme X7 Max 5G is a pretty nice phone to buy. Over and above that, you have a 4K video recording on the Realme X7 Max 5G, but this resolution does not support stabilization. In my opinion, this is the best macro camera I have seen in any budget or mid-range smartphone. Well, it gets it done; the portrait shots have a nice depth of field, and edge detection is also okay if not perfect.

You can also click portrait selfies, and the results were pleasing. Like several other smartphones, the Note 10 Pro Max also packs a 2MP depth sensor, and its only job is to help out with portrait shots. It’s better than those 2MP macro cameras that we see in most smartphones these days. The remaining two are a 5-megapixel macro and 2-megapixel monochrome. The images clicked with the macro camera were missing out on the details, and the colors were a bit off. It also has Pro Mode for the Pro users who like to play around with the camera. These are touted as mid-range, but many fit into our budget category, which has a limit of £250; even the 10 Pro starts at just £249 or US$279, so you’re getting great value for money.

That makes a huge difference when using the phone, and you get the same great battery life as last year. The experience is the same as on other recent Xiaomi phones, including the Redmi Note 10 series. According to Xiaomi, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max comes with an improved Night Mode 2.0. When turned on, the images become brighter and less noisy, but it loses out on details. But, the result turned out to be pleasing. It’s not the best ultrawide camera out there, but it’s better than most smartphones in this price segment. The images from the ultra-wide camera turned out to be a tad darker than the primary camera, but the shots can be nice if adequate light is provided.

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