Coming to the highlight feature- 65W Super DART fast charging. Realme claims that the 4,500 mAh battery on the Realme 7 Pro can be charged from zero to 100 in just 34 minutes. During our multiple charge cycles, we got an average charge time of 38 minutes, which although is four minutes slower than the claimed time but still blazing-fast for that beefy battery that can easily provide juice for a day’s worth of use case. The minimum-bloatware Realme UI software on Realme 7 Pro also has some power-saving modes that help extend the battery life by a few more hours. … [Read more...] about Realme 7 Pro Review: The best smartphone under Rs 20,000 in India?
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Moving on to video, and the OnePlus 8 Pro can record videos in 4K resolution across all camera sensors. Stabilization is excellent, while consistency across all three lenses is pretty good. It's not iPhone level video quality, but it is certainly better than most Android phones, and can easily go toe-to-toe with the best Samsung, Google, and Huawei have to offer. The selfie camera on the OnePlus 8 Pro is quite good. The camera produces great colours and contrast, while dynamic range is also pretty good. We'd say the front camera is pretty good, but not flagship-grade and still has a lot of catching up to do if it is to rival Samsung, Google, or Apple. … [Read more...] about OnePlus 8 Pro long-term review: OnePlus’ first ‘truly’ premium smartphone
I also ran into multiple issues relating to signing in with a Microsoft account—a necessity for getting access to files stored on the OneDrive service, syncing OneNote notes between devices, and the like. You’re supposed to be able to sign in once via Android’s account settings, but when I tried to switch from one Microsoft account to another, the phone didn’t acknowledge my repeated attempts to add the second account. Thereafter, individual Microsoft apps on the Duo got discombobulated, each in its own way. Trying to sign in via the Office app led to it telling me that I wasn’t connected to the internet, even though I was. Meanwhile, OneNote gave me a link for signing back in that didn’t work. Eventually, I got back into the individual apps—but I still can’t add a Microsoft account via Android’s settings. … [Read more...] about Microsoft Surface Duo review: Two screens, unfinished software