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Design

Holding the realme 5 Pro, it’s pretty much similar with the realme 3 Pro that we reviewed here. Similar shape, similar geometry, and even similar feel on the hand. What’s different here is the back design.

From what I can say, the realme 5 Pro is inspired by the diamonds and gems as it has a facet cut design. realme kept it classy by having fairly large polygonal cuts with just a few angles in total – and that looks absolutely stunning.

<em>realme</em> 5 Pro

We have our realme 5 Pro in Crystal Green color option. It’s not really that green – more like emerald color with a bit of blue mixed in it. It looks absolutely fantastic to the eyes.

Though, I have to warn you that the realme 5 Pro is using a very scratchable, soft plastic material to protect the facet cuts behind. We put our unit of the realme 5 Pro in the bag (like any other review phones) and it got scratched up terribly. Build quality is definitely not up to par here.

<em>realme</em> 5 Pro

Which is where the included TPU case comes in. It’s definitely a necessity to use a case for the realme 5 Pro because of its fragility. Don’t be an idiot like me and think it’ll be alright – because it’s not. Using the included TPU case also means sacrificing the beauty of the back design as realme included a smoked case instead. It’s a semitransparent black case, so to speak.


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REVIEW OVERVIEW
Design & Materials
7
Software
7
Connectivity and ports
9
Screen
7
Performance and gaming
9
Camera
7
Battery and charger
8
Value
10
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