Realme 10 Pro Plus Review: A Thing of Bling or More?
The Realme 10 Pro+ is a successor to the Realme 9 Pro+ which was released at the start of the year. The Chinese tech maker has launched two new devices in this series, with the
Realme 10 Pro (Review) being the other smartphone. The Realme 9 Pro+ was touted as a great value-for-money device at Rs 24,999, and it packed some enticing features. Now, the
Realme 10 Pro+ has a duty to live up to its predecessor. The device as a whole has a lot to offer for its price. Starting with its curved display, which is something we don’t
often see in this price range. Besides that, it is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 5G SoC, a 108-megapixel rear camera setup, Android 13 out-of-the-box, and more. So can the
Realme 10 Pro+ live up to its name and perform well? Read our full review to find out if this should be your next purchase. Realme 10 Pro+ Review: Pricing details and availability
in India The Realme 10 Pro+ is available in three variants, much like its predecessor. The device is available with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage at a price tag of Rs 24,999. The
second variant consists of 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, and is priced at Rs 25,999. The final and top-end variant of this series with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage is priced at Rs
26,999. The device will be available on sale starting December 14th via Flipkart. Realme 10 Pro+ Review: Design and display Realme and its design approach have always been offbeat.
The same can be said about the Realme 10 Pro+. While the Realme 9 Pro+ followed the trend of colour-changing rear panels, its successor believes in showing off its bling. The
Realme 10 Pro+ is available in three colour variants: Hyperspace, Nebula Blue, and Dark Matter. We have the Hyperspace colourway with us for this review. At first glance, the back
panel slightly reminds us of the Realme C33, albeit with better build materials and ergonomics. The phone also feels premium to hold. The back has a dual-tone effect, with the
upper portion displaying a beautiful prism effect which reacts when light falls on it. The bottom portion showcases a glitter finish, which in our opinion, looks quite tacky. But,
the cameras enjoy it. The dual-camera setup has no island around it, and the design reminds us of the Asus Zenfone 9, as well as Realme’s C33. There’s no protection around the
individual lenses, and we fear that an unfortunate drop could put the camera setup at risk. Luckily, the company provides a TPU case in the box to avoid this. The cameras also
protrude slightly, causing the device to wobble when kept on flat surfaces. The phone feels fairly light, and the weight is well spread out. On paper, it weighs 173 grams and is