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The realme, one of the largest growing chinese smartphone brands, will launch their next series in the UK on October 7. The series is specially designed to meet the needs of the younger generation who use smartphones to keep in touch with their family and friends. The phone comes with an ultra-long battery life, but more importantly, it features the ability of 65W fast charging. You can charge the 7 pro to 100% in just 34 minutes.
The phone is also the perfect device for people in love with mobile photography, featuring a Sony 64MP Quad camera. The camera comes with Starry mode, a new suite of advanced AI filters, and a 32Mp in-display selfie cam for beautiful looks. The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 720G processor. The device features a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED full-screen display, which is ideal for anyone interested in stunning and sharp display. In addition to the Pro model, the realme 7 comes with 5,000mAh battery and 30W dart charge, providing standby time of more than a month.
Realme 7 is powered by the world's first MediaTek helio G95 gaming processing, and offers high display refresh rate up to 90Hz and a 48Mp AI Quad camera with 16Mp in-display selfie camera. Realme 7 owns one of the most powerful game processing engines available in the market. Both phones have passed 22 major and 38 minor tests for the TUV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verification. The phone was tested for extreme cases and has been certified as both reliable and safe device for the consumers. You can check more detail on its release date on realme official Twitter and Facebook pages.
Since the beginning of it, Smartphones displays always had bezels on both sides as displays getting bigger, bezels are getting smaller. New innovation is coming from Subor, a virtually unknown Chinese manufacturer has constructed an odd, proof of concept device, which really sounds more like a bad idea than anything else. The company claims that its latest Subor S3 model has no side bezels around the display whatsoever, which definitely sounds cool and looks nice, but is surely accident prone.
The fact of the matter is, that while a display, stretching from one end to the other, does looks very cool it is also really easy to shatter. Bezels typically play a structurally important role in modern day smartphone, so simply getting rid of them, like Subor did, falls more under the category of accidents, waiting to happen, rather than an actual formidable technical feat. A traditional, flat, non-flexible display is really fragile, especially around the corners, so you really want to covet those.
The Subor S3 is currently selling in China in either black or white for the price of CNY 1399, or about $225. Seeing how the phone is already available, we would have loved an actual photograph, but, sadly all the website offers for now is tacky renders.