Realme 5 Gaming Performance Review

If you are game lover and you are thinking about Realme 5 is best for you or not. Then you come to the right place. Here we share Realme 5 Gaming Performance Review.

We had a good experience using the Realme 5. The display offers very good sunlight legibility and its size makes it great for media consumption. There’s no Widevine L1 support, though, which means video streaming apps won’t be able to play content at HD or higher resolutions.

The AnTuTu benchmark refused to run completely, but in all our other standard tests, we got fairly good numbers. In PCMark, we got a score of 7,719 points, while the T-Rex graphics test in GFXbench managed 50fps, the Snapdragon 665 generally has slightly better scores in gaming benchmarks but for CPU, its pretty neck and neck.

We didn’t notice any overheating, even when playing stressful games. In PubG and Asphalt 9, but nothing much after that. PUBG Mobile oddly defaulted to the ‘Low’ preset but ran fine even after bumping the graphics setting up to ‘Balanced.’ The Realme 5 did get slightly warm, but never really got hot, even after a 30-minute match in PUBG.

Audio from the bottom speaker sounds a little tinny, but at least the placement is such that it doesn’t get easily blocked when holding the phone horizontally. Realme continues its partnership with Dirac, which powers its ‘Real Sound Technology’. Unlike Dolby Atmos Mobile, this only works when you have headphones plugged in.

Even with heavy daily activities, you can expect the Realme 5’s battery to easily last beyond a day of regular use. The phone has a big 5,000mAh battery, which lasted for a solid 22 hours in our HD video loop battery test, which is excellent. During our review, with light to medium use, we were able to manage nearly two days of use per charge.

Charging the battery takes a while, which could can be an issue when you’re in a rush. From zero, it takes a little more than 3 hours to fully charge this phone using the bundled adapter. There’s no fast charging support, which is a little disappointing. You can get up to a 24 percent charge in half an hour, and around 43 percent in an hour, which is a bit underwhelming. If you are in the habit of plugging your phone in to charge each night regardless of its battery level, this shouldn’t be an issue.

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