realme 7 is world’s first MediaTek Helio G95 smartphone


    STARTING AT NOON today, the realme 7, the world’s first smartphone using the powerful, game-ready, pro-camera MediaTek Helio G95 mobile processor will be available in the Philippines.

    The newest realme smartphone also has a 6.5-inch 90Hz ultra-smooth display, and a 2nd Gen 64MP Sony IMX682 rear quad-camera system and 16 MP in-display selfie camera. Having the Helio G95 processor not only assures gamers and entertainment buffs high game resolution and speeds, it also means availability and accessibility to a wider audience because of its mid-range, affordable price.


    The gaming industry is among the few industries to thrive amid the pandemic, welcoming new enthusiasts who are adapting to the new normal with new avenues of entertainment. Game Industry Biz reported that in Q2 2020, mobile downloads shot up by 12.2 percent quarter-on-quarter and 44.4 percent year-on-year. Mobile, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) and App Annie, is now the primary driver of growth for digital games consumption.

    The realme 7 is the midrange gaming champ. Equipped with the MediaTek HyperEngine Gaming Technology gives users a fast and smooth experience across various game titles. The device’s large-capacity 5000mAh battery and 30W Dart Charge also help lower smartphone downtime, making it perfect for ranking game marathons and multiplayer tourneys.

    Its 6.5-inch 90Hz ultra-smooth display with 90Hz refresh rate ushers in an immersive and seamless visual experience. It also features a quad-camera system composed of a 64MP 2nd Gen Sony IMX682 primary sensor with an f/1.8 lens, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, a 2MP monochrome sensor with an f/2.4 lens, and a 2MP sensor with an f/2.4 macro lens. In front, it has a 16MP selfie camera sensor with an f/2.0 lens.

    The realme 7, like 7 Pro version, is also the first smartphones in the world to receive a TÜV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verification after successfully passing 22 major tests of 12 daily-use scenarios, four components reliability and six extreme environments; and 38 minor tests.


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