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Realme1 it’s Sagar from Tecworkz. Lot of smartphones have been launched in the last couple of months, and I am trying my best to purchase and cover most of them for you guys. I have already been posting videos about the Oneplus 6, Nokia 7 Plus and the Asus Zenfone Max Pro. But the device that many of you guys are looking forward to is the Real Me 1, and thats the one we are going to take a look at today. I have purchased this phone in it first sale, and it has just been sitting on my shelf, since I was busy covering some of the other devices. But now, I have been using it for the past 2 days, and I have a few initial impressions about it, that I want to share with you guys. But before we get to that, make sure that you have subscribed to the channel, so you don’t miss out on any of the amazing videos coming up. If you think RealMe sounds too similar to Redmi, then you are not wrong. I think OPPO has done it intentionally, to show Xiaomi that they are here to take a piece of the Indian Budget smartphone market, which right now, is dominated by Xiaomi’s Redmi series. Anyways lets keep the name aside, and see why this phone is getting all the hype. First of all, its the price. At a starting price of 8,990Rs, it packs in Mediatek Helio P60 octal core processor, Mali G72 GPU, 3GB RAM, 32GB Built in storage, a dedicated MicroSD card expansion slot, 6inch FullHD plus IPS LCD screen, 13 Megapixel rear camera and a nice and unique looking back design. These are hands down, the best specs that you can get on any smartphone, in under 9000Rs. There are also 4GB and 6GB RAM variants, with upto 128GB of internal storage. Its also got a nice diamond back design, which is a welcome change, and it helps differentiate itself from so many other similar looking phones. The price is specially impressive, since this Helio P60 is a very powerful processor, and its the same one found in Oppo F7, and that phone costs close to 22000Rs. This processor is even faster than the Snapdragon 636, in performing most of the daily tasks. Coming back to the design of this phone. The back is made of fibre glass, so even if looks like glass, it is more like plastic. But that doesn’t make the phone feel cheap in any way. Nice thing is, you get a case in the box, so it will help you protect the back from being scratched. The frame is rounded, so the phone is not too uncomfortable to hold. The Power and volume buttons are a bit too thin for my liking, but if you are using the phone with a case, then they feel alright. SIM card tray on the right, above the power button, can hold 2 nano sim cards and a MicroSD card, at the same time. So if you decide to get the 3GB RAM variant, you can easily add a Micro SD card and increase the storage at any point. This phone has true dual 4G or dual VOLTE support, so if you have 2 4G SIM cards, you can use both of them at the same time. At the bottom, you get a Micro USB port for charging, single bottom firing speaker, which sounds a bit tinny, but it gets really loud. And because of its position, it gets very easily covered while watching videos or playing game. There is also a 3.5 mm audio jack which again delivered great sound, provided you have a decent pair of headphones. Coming to the front, you get a huge 6 inch FullHD Plus IPS LCD screen, with the recently popular 18:9 aspect ratio. It gets pretty bright and the viewing angels are also really good. There is no gorilla glass protection to the display just like we saw with the Asus Zenfone Max Pro. You do get a thin film screen protector pre installed, which might save the display from a few scratches. But I suggest you to, get a good quality tempered glass protector to protect the display if the phone falls down. Above the screen, there is the 8 megapixel front facing camera, an earpiece speaker and the ambient light and few other sensors. Sadly, you don’t get a physical notification LED light on this phone. There are no capacitive navigation buttons or a fingerprint sensor below the display. And as we have seen in previous shots, there wasn’t a fingerprint sensor at the back. Well that is because, OPPO is relying on its super fast face unlock feature. Yes, just like the iPhone 10, OPPO has eliminated the fingerprint sensor on the RealMe 1, so you will either have to type in your passcode or pattern to unlock the phone everytime, or just trust the face unlock feature to do its job. I chose the later, and I am just blown away with how fast the face unlock works. It is definitely not as secured as face id on the iPhone 10, but it is defiantly faster, and works in very low light as well. I seriously doubt how secured it really is, coz it unlocks the phone even if I cover half of my face, or even if my eyes are closed. But it is at least fast, so I have to give it some points for that. Once you unlock the phone, you are greeted by the Colour OS. This is the customised skin, that OPPO has installed on top of Android 8.1.