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Realme 11 Pro and Realme 11 Pro+ will launch next week, who will get one?

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Realme started rolling out the two 11 Pro phones internationally earlier this week, starting with pre-orders in India. Are there buyers for the company’s latest number series models? Let’s take a closer look first.

THE Realme 11 Pro+ It will cost INR 28,000 for the base 8/256GB and INR 30,000 for the 12GB RAM version. Overall, the phone will be available at $400 for the 8/128GB unit and $530 for a fully loaded 12/512GB model.

The Plus model stands out from its Pro sibling with a better camera. It has a 200 MP main sensor (ISOCELL HP3), which relies on 4-in-1 aggregation to produce 50 MP stills or even 16-in-1 for 12.5 MP photos with a size effective pixel size of 2.24 µm. This also allows for 2x and 4x lossless zoom (no dedicated telephoto). This model is also equipped with an 8MP ultra-wide camera (IMX355, 112° FoV) and a 32MP selfie camera.

Another key feature is that the 5,000mAh battery supports 100W fast charging, which allows for a full charge in 28 minutes. You can find more details in our review.

vanilla Realme 11 Pro It will start at INR 24,000 for the 8/128GB model in India with $25,000 for the 8/256GB and $28.00 for the 12/256GB options. You get a 100MP main camera instead , which limits the amount of zooming and lossless zooming it can do. More importantly, the ultra-wide camera has been removed. Additionally, the resolution of the selfie camera has been halved to 16 MP. The only other notable change is that the 5,000mAh battery only supports 67W charging, which is still pretty fast.

Both Realme 11 Pro models have 6.7-inch curved AMOLED displays (10-bit 120Hz panels with 2160Hz PWM dimming) with FHD+ resolution. It is powered by the Dimensity 7050 chipset which is a minor upgrade from the 1080.

Let’s take a look at the competition on the Pro+. Redmi Note 12 Pro+ starts at $30.00 for the 8/256GB model, which is slightly higher than Realme’s. It offers a similar 200+8MP camera setup and a similar 6.67-inch 120Hz display and uses the older Dimensity 1080. The 5000mAh battery doesn’t last as long (88 hours vs Realme’s 112 hours) but charges a little faster at 120W (done in 23 minutes). ). This device has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Something like the Samsung Galaxy A54 will set you back $36,000 for an 8/128GB phone (microSD slot available). It has a smaller 6.4-inch screen at 120Hz and a 5,000mAh battery charges at just 25W (it takes over an hour to get to 100%). The main camera is 50MP with 1.0µm pixels (almost twice the pixel size of the HP3) and there’s a 12MP ultra-wide with a 123-degree lens. Samsung is rated IP67 for dust and water resistance, while the Realme 11 Pro pair has no official rating (and Redmi has IP53).

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro + • Samsung Galaxy A54 • vivo V27

The vivo V27 is also quite expensive, INR 33,000 for an 8/128GB phone. It is powered by the latest Dimensity 7200 and a 50+8 MP rear camera joined by an impressive 50 MP selfie camera with its own dual flash LEDs. The 4,600mAh battery might be smaller, but this phone proved to be a long-distance runner with a 134-hour battery life. That’s with a slightly larger 6.78-inch 120Hz AMOLED display. Charging is slow at 66W (53 minutes to full).

Realme 11 Pro+ sales start on June 15 (Thursday). Will you be an early adopter?

Moving on to the Realme 11 Pro, instead you can get the Poco X5 Pro for $24,000 – that’s with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage (twice as much storage as the 11 Pro at this price). The Snapdragon 778G is old but it beats the chip in dimensions in some benchmarks. This phone has a 108MP main camera and although it lacks OIS, it is joined by an 8MP ultra-wide camera. The battery is basically identical with a 5,000mAh capacity and 67W charging.

The OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite uses a 6.72-inch IPS LCD screen instead of AMOLED (120Hz) and is hampered by the Snapdragon 695 chipset. It’s a bit cheaper, though, at INR 20,000 for a 8/128 GB phone. It has a single 108MP camera on the back (without optical image stabilization). A microSD slot and a 3.5mm jack are integrated (Poco also has a headphone jack). The battery is the same again with a 5,000mAh capacity and 67W charging.

Xiaomi Poco X5 Pro • OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite • Samsung Galaxy A34

The Samsung Galaxy A34 costs $27,000 for the 8/128GB unit and uses the original Dimensity 1080 chip. It has a 6.6-inch 120Hz (8-bit) AMOLED display and a 48MP main camera with a small 1/2.0 sensor, although it has OIS. On top of that, it comes with an 8MP Ultra Wide. This phone has an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance. The 5000mAh battery is equally large, but at 25W it takes a while to charge (nearly an hour and a half).

Realme 11 Pro will go on sale the day after Pro+, June 16 (Friday). Are you interested in buying one?

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