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Realme 7 Pro first sale: Should you buy it?

Realme 7 Pro

Realme 7 Pro, which is the slick and spruced version of the Realme 7, will go on sale for the first time on September 14. It was launched earlier this month under the name of Realme 7 series and will take the mantle forward from last-generation Realme 6 devices.

Now, there are many upgrades on the Realme 7 Pro over its prequel Realme 6 Pro and there are variations over its price as well. So, if you want to buy the Realme 7 Pro, this could be your chance.

Realme 7 Pro price in India

The Realme 7 Pro has been offered in two models – the one with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage costs Rs 19,999 and the one with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will cost Rs 21,999. The online sale will begin at noon on September 14, on Flipkart and Realme online store.

You will be able to get the Realme 7 Pro in Mirror Blue and Mirror Silver colours. There are a number of offers which are available on Flipkart which you can avail – and this includes two years of subscription of Discovery Plus at Rs 299.

Reasons why you should buy Realme 7 Pro

Currently, Realme 7 Pro is the only smartphone which falls under the Rs 20,000 bracket that brings top-class 65W fast charging. So far, this technology has remained exclusive to premium range smartphones.

Realme was also the first company to introduce it in India with X50 Pro and is now all set to make it more affordable than before. The 65W charging will top the battery in about 35 minutes and this is quite impressive considering the rest of the charging speeds on smartphones go only as high as 30W in this price segment.

The other big reason to buy the Realme 7 Pro is the cameras – the Realme smartphone cameras have always been good and the story is similar with this particular smartphone.

And then there is the AMOLED display – for under Rs 20,000, you have only a handful of devices which come with the OLED panels.

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