The Realme 7 Realme 7 Pro raise mid-range bet: gaming processor and fast charging as main virtues - The panorama of mid-range smartphones is increasingly competing with large manufacturers that deliver frankly interesting devices at very competitive prices.

One of the protagonists of this new trend is realme, a company that has already delivered very interesting terminals at frankly good prices for several years and this trend seems to continue in the future.

Now, he has introduced his family realme 7, which comes to show that this vision is still one of its differentiating points with two terminals that are aimed at a totally different audience: the realme 7 is designed for those who like to play video games on mobile and its Pro version, for those who want to forget about the battery for life and bet on a higher photographic section.

This new device from realme comes to try to captivate those who are looking for a device that offers a good fast charge, versatile Photographic Section, great design and powerful performance and the truth is that it gets it.

Going into details, it offers a battery of 4.500 mAh that will let you enjoy the device around two days at full performance, but where it stands out is in its fast charge of 65W that achieves the 0 to 100 in just over 30 minutes. No more going through the charging cable at night, as by the time you get ready in the morning you're ready to go to war one more day.

Realme 7 Realme 7 Pro raise mid-range bet

As for the photographic section, it comes with a quadruple rear camera that includes a main lens of 64 megapixels with Sony imx682 sensor, ultra wide angle of 8 megapixels, macro lens and portrait lens of two megapixels. In addition, he abandons the online composition and bets on a module in frame to adapt more to the Times that run.

For its part, the selfie camera offers a 32 megapixel lens capable of taking portraits in dark night thanks to the Super Nightscape mode.

In its guts mounts a Snapdragon 720g that will allow you to move the device without performance problems and a Super AMOLED screen of 6.4 inches 60hz. In this sense they have not bet on a higher refreshment rate because they have listened to their community of fans, who asked that the panel stay this way to prioritize autonomy.

On this occasion, the new realme family wanted to differentiate their new devices. Therefore, this realme 7 is mainly aimed at those users who love to play on mobile.

For that reason, highlights the addition of a processor MediaTek helio G95, which is designed exclusively to be the center of an incredible mobile gaming experience. In addition, the combination of the latest CPU, GPU and super-fast RAM promises a very smooth experience.

It also does not run short on battery, and bet on a slightly higher than that of the Pro version, of 5.000 mAh, although it does not have the fast charge of 65W. Yes, it offers a 30W that is not bad and is able to charge 50% of the device in about 30 minutes.

For its part, as for photography, it mounts a quadruple rear camera with a main camera of 48 megapixels, ultra wide angle of 8 megapixels, macro lens and portrait, as well as a selfie camera of 16 megapixels.

Finally, it is worth noting the 6.5-inch screen that achieves a ratio of 20: 9 and bets on the 90Hz refresh rate to improve the on-screen response of games.

On this occasion they also do not fail with their usual competitive prices. The realme 7 family looks like this:

Realme 7

- 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory: 179 euros from October 21.
- 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory: 199 euros from 21 October.
- 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory: 249 euros from October 21.

Realme 7 Pro

- 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory: 299 euros from October 13.

In addition, it is worth noting the 3+2 service offered by realme: all users who bet on the series 7 will be able to have a warranty period of 3 years and a return policy of two months, that is, one year and one month more than any other brand of smartphones.

Realme 7 Realme 7 Pro raise mid-range bet


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DTT blackout: this is how you have to resettle the channels in the affected areas

From this 7 October there is a new blackout of DTT in several regions of Spain.

The change in TV frequencies is due to the future use of 5G, and has been implemented in many areas of the country since last February, although due to the coronavirus pandemic the dates have been delayed, as the process was expected to end in June.

The main region affected on 7 October is the community of Madrid, although the citizens of some areas of Valencia, Alicante, Castellón, Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla y León will also have to retune DTT.

It is important to take into account this circumstance and follow the steps indicated, at least if you want to continue watching channels such as Spanish television, Antena 3, Cuatro, La Sexta or Telecinco, because if you do not you will not have access to the image of these channels.

In medium-sized or large buildings, estate managers or community presidents have to adapt the antenna. To do this, you must contact a registered installation company. In individual homes this first step is not necessary.

This is the next thing you have to do once the antenna in your building has been adapted.

You simply have to tune back to the channels on your TV. It doesn't really have much difficulty, and you may have done so on more than one occasion to look for some channels that weren't seen.

Depending on the device and the controller you use, you will have to follow some instructions. Usually, an option called 'tune channels' or 'search channels'appears in the setup menu. From there you will be able to place them in the order you deem appropriate.

Remember that on 13 and 14 October there will be a new blackout of DTT, this time in Seville, Cadiz, Huelva, Jaén, Extremadura and Ceuta.

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