Realme 10 review

The Realme 10 is priced just the same as Realme 9 and the phone is now more powerful owing to the Helio G99 chipset upgrade. Something had to give, though – the ultrawide camera is gone now, and the 108MP sensor for the primary has been swapped for a 50MP one.
Check out our video review to learn ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the phone’s top features, build and screen quality, battery life, performance, and camera image quality.

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00:00 – Intro
00:19 – Design and build
01:04 – Screen specs
01:53 – Single bottom-firing speaker (test)
02:19 – Side-mounted fingerprint scanner/power button
02:27 – Storage options
02:35 – Android 12 and Realme UI 3.0
03:10 – Mediatek Helio G99 performance
03:48 – Battery endurance and charging test
04:13 – Camera specs
04:23 – Daylight photo quality
05:05 – Low-light photo quality
05:29 – Selfies
05:42 – Video quality
05:56 – Conclusion



  1. well me who does not care about processing speed but more on image processing I'm just glad I did not buy this Phone seems like the realme 9 and realme 8 are much better… will stick to my redmi note 10 pro for now.. this is like a downgrade from realme for me

  2. Does this phone allow you to change the default message app? Do you need realme ID to do anything? I hate how my realme phone is locked down like that.

  3. Does Realme UI have a similar app to Samsung's Sound Assistant (different volume levels for different apps)? And does it have an anti-flicker mode for the PWM-sensitive? Thanks.

  4. Another nonsensical release from Realme. Earlier they were trying to match Xiaomi's offerings. Now it seems they have accepted defeat and no longer want to compete. Yes, their software is good (only thing they have upper hand when compared to Xiaomi) but that can get you only so far. Atleast, this needed to have a decent main cam. But nope, let's put a cheap one to maximize our profit…

  5. I really like the recent trend of removing unnessecary cameras. I'm starting to see much more dual cameras nowadays compared to say 2 years ago when 3-4 was the standard. Usually two of them are macro and depth scensors which serve no real purpose and take up valuable space as well as ruin the look of the device.

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