Interview: Realme 10 and past number series performance

Realme will debut the first member of the Realme 10 series on November 9th and we managed to get an interview with Madhav Sheth – Realme VP and Head of Realme International about some key aspects of the upcoming phone.

The interview covers the sales performance of devices from the previous Realme number range, the key hardware features of the Realme 10, software support and some other interesting topics such as consumer preferences for phone screen sizes and battery durability.

Do you know how many units the number sequence has shipped?

In total more than 50 million units worldwide between the number and number Pro series.

What are your goals for the Realme 10 series?

I’m more of a product guy, so I prefer to focus on the product. The sales figures are just a result of the right input, I’ve always believed.

Yes, but when you start production, you should have a certain number in mind.

Absolutely – we have our base numbers, but we also have our ambitious numbers. The 10-series is going to be hugely important for us next year, but there are a lot of factors to consider. We need to understand that the world is going through a lot right now and the global supply chain is disrupted, so making these predictions is extremely difficult. Nevertheless, we are extremely optimistic about the performance of the 10-series.

What were your main priorities when designing the Realme 10?

The main things a consumer looks like are three: the processor, the screen, the storage, and the RAM. The camera is actually closely tied to the processor as it’s not just about the megapixels and the hardware, it’s also about the processing. We focused on all these important aspects with MediaTek G99, 90 Hz AMOLED and up to 16 GB of dynamic RAM.

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Realme 10 chipset and RAM specifications
Realme 10 chipset and RAM specifications

Realme 10 chipset and RAM specifications

Since you touched the camera – the Realme 10’s main camera sounds like a downgrade compared to the Realme 9, what do you think?

We do indeed have a 50MP dual camera on the back and a 16MP selfie camera. However, we put a lot of effort into optimizing the output of the 50MP main camera and its performance. So we really feel that the results will not differ from what the 108 MP camera on the Realme 9 did. And this allowed us to provide a more well-rounded product without increasing the price.

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What kind of software support can users expect when they buy the realme 10?

We’re committed to delivering two major upgrades to every realme phone. At the same time, we are closely monitoring the new policy coming to Europe and may push the updates to nearly 5 years. But while no final decisions have been made there yet, buyers can expect at least two major upgrades when purchasing the Realme 10.

What do you think is the optimal battery life for a phone? Where do you draw the line when looking for a balance between phone size and endurance?

I consider battery life to be three separate aspects. One is the size of the battery, the second is the charging speed and finally there are the software optimizations that ensure the best possible performance. What we have seen is that users normally expect a 5,000mAh battery with 33W and above charging support. For Realme 10, we managed to offer a 5,000 mAh battery with a super slim body, the thinnest Realme ever released worldwide.

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People want their phones to last from 8 to 12 hours, even with the heaviest multitasking. They also look at the time it takes to charge the phone after the battery is empty. Realme 10 can easily last a whole day even when users are gaming with it, charging up to 50% in just 28 minutes; And we do our best to keep charging downtime to a minimum.

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With Apple giving up the mini, can we officially declare the compact phone dead? Do you see screen sizes stabilizing between 6 and 7 inches because people can’t comfortably hold larger devices?

I won’t comment on Apple’s strategy because they have their own consumers and strategy. But in general, I think people on their phones look at a minimum screen of 6 inches and above.

The reason, again, is heavy users and multitasking – whether you’re navigating, gaming, checking email, or reading a book (which is becoming more and more popular), you’ll need at least a 6.4-6.5″ screen to see things. doable So I think 6″ will be the bare minimum in the future, because of the way the apps are designed these days.

Any parting words?

What we are trying to do with the Realme 10 series is differentiation at a new price. I wouldn’t say it’s pure innovation because things have already been invented, but what we’re trying to do is bring that innovation to price levels that people haven’t been able to enjoy before.

The 10-series brings three leaps forward for our users this time: performance, display and design. Realme 10 will be a performance variant and stay tuned for the other two models

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