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Realme 6 with a 90-Hz display and Widevine level 1 certification for both active and passive entertainment

The Realme 6 smartphone. (Image source: Realme)
The Realme 6 smartphone. (Image source: Realme)
Earlier this year, Oppo subsidiary Realme officially entered the market in Germany. At a price of 230 to 300 Euros (US$260 to US$339) depending on the memory configuration, the Realme 6 with its 90-Hz display is a particularly interesting smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer.
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Xiaomi smartphones were initially popular for being a great value purchase. Unfortunately, they do not just keep getting better and better, but they also keep getting more expensive. This situation plays directly into the hands of newcomers such as Realme. The Oppo subsidiary entered the market in 2018 and later proudly announced that it had sold more than 25 million smartphones in 2019. In Germany, Realme devices have been available through indirect channels, and they are now also available directly from various local suppliers.

The Realme 6 is one of the first devices available from the manufacturer. It has a display with a resolution of 2400x1080 pixels and offers a Widevine level 1 certification. The smartphone's stand-out feature is the display's high refresh rate of 90 Hz. While this feature can also be found on the Realme 6 Pro, which is also now available, the manufacturer demands a 50-Euro (US$56) premium for the Pro version with 128 GB of storage space and 8 GB of RAM. Lower-end configurations of the Realme 6 with less memory can be purchased at prices starting from 229 Euros (US$259) or less on online stores other than Realme's official online shop.

Realme UI, which replaces the parent company's ColorOS on newer devices, comes with the game launcher "Game Space", which is potentially interesting for gamers. It includes a screen recorder that captures the screen as well as front-camera video and either system sounds or microphone audio. Furthermore, the launcher allows quick access to the performance of the Realme 6's processor MediaTek Helio G90T for an automatic or a manual boost. Naturally, we evaluated the performance of the Realme 6 using various benchmarks, and we also analyzed the display and camera quality. The in-depth results can be found in our full review.

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Inge Schwabe, 2020-06- 6 (Update: 2020-06- 6)
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Editor of the original article: Inge Schwabe - Editor - @mobilewelten
Unlike many techies, I didn't find my way to technology by using a C64 or something like that; I was rather fascinated by the last meter of copper wire, about which a friend on the other end of the line could be heard so crystal clear. I studied computer science and followed the development of the phone into a smartphone for many years. Currently, innovations are becoming less and less, but getting to the bottom of them remains exciting and interesting.