Despite their new mid-range offerings just barely being a week old, Realme has added yet another phone to its 7 series of devices in the form of the Realme 7i.
The Realme 7i is positioned as a budget alternative to the already existing Realme 7 series, sporting a Snapdragon 662 processor, as well as 8GB of RAM. On tap as well is a 64-megapixel main camera, as well as a 6.5-inch display that only has a HD+ resolution.
Here is how the Realme 7i compares to the rest of the phones in the 7 series:
- 5000 mAh battery which is pretty much the baseline average for the Realme’s 7 series, with an 18W fast wired charging.
- 90Hz screen refresh rate that’s a little more than what the Realme 7 Pro promises
- The major physical difference is its fingerprint reader located on the back of the phone unlike the 7 which has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
- The placements on its camera module differ slightly with its 64MP primary camera, 8MP 16mm ultrawide lens, 2MP monochrome, and 2MP depth sensor units.
- 16MP punch hole camera on its front-facing side that comes with UIS, UIS Max, and 26mm ultrawide angle for video recording.
- Offers only a single memory configuration of an 8GB RAM with 128GB storage, at least as of press time.
- The Realme 7i comes in Aurora Green and Polar Blue colors which are not available to the 7 or 7 Pro.
The Realme 7i is priced at IDR3,199,000 (PHP 10.3K). Sales kick off on September 18 through Realme’s official Indonesian site. Availability in other markets is yet to be detailed.