Realme 10: release date, price, specs, and features

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If you’re looking for one of the best cheap phones then there’s a chance you’ve found it, with the Realme 10. We won’t know for sure until we’ve put it through a full review, but this new phone certainly has some promising specs on paper, and sounds like a significant upgrade on the Realme 9.

Highlights include a 90Hz AMOLED screen, a slim design, a big battery, and improved power. But there’s lots more to this phone too.

Below you’ll find all the key details about the Realme 10, including the release date, price, and every significant spec.

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? An affordable new Realme phone
  • When is it out? Now, in select parts of Europe, coming soon to others
  • How much does it cost? €279 (around $280 / £245 / AU$430)

Realme 10 release date and price

The Realme 10 was announced on November 9, 2022, and it’s on sale now in Italy and Poland, with other parts of Europe set to get it too.

The company hasn’t specified which countries those will be, but the UK is likely to be among them, as the Realme 9 was sold there. We wouldn’t expect to see the Realme 10 in the US or Australia, though.

As for the price, it starts at €279 (around $280 / £245 / AU$430), though we wouldn’t expect an exact conversion in other regions. Still, this is sure to be an affordable phone everywhere it’s sold.

A Realme 10 in Rush Black from the back

A Realme 10 in Rush Black (Image credit: Realme)

Realme 10 design and display

The Realme 10 has a design that the company claims is inspired by “particles that travel at light speed”. In practice, that means it comes in a choice of ‘Clash White’ or ‘Rush Black,’ but these aren’t plain white and black shades – both contain a ripple of colors, with tiny white dots spread across them.

The phone is 159.9 x 73.3 x 7.95mm and 178g, and the company notes that this is the slimmest Realme phone ever offered for the global market. It has a punch-hole camera on the front and two large camera housings on the rear, as you can see on the pictures in this article.

The Realme 10 is likely clad in plastic, but the company hasn’t specified that. There’s also no mention of water resistance, but that’s not surprising at this price.

As for the screen, the Realme 10 has a 6.4-inch 1080 x 2400 Super AMOLED display, with a 90Hz refresh rate, a brightness of up to 1000 nits, and Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Those are the same specs as the Realme 9’s screen, but in our review, we were impressed with that phone’s display.

A Realme 10 in Clash White from the back

A Realme 10 in Clash White (Image credit: Realme)

Realme 10 camera and battery

The Realme 10 has a dual-lens camera on the back, and this is one aspect of the phone that sounds less impressive, as although its 50MP f/1.8 main snapper has reasonable specs, that’s joined by just a 2MP f/2.4 black and white (i.e. monochrome) camera.

Not only that, but the Realme 9 actually has a triple-lens camera – including a 108MP primary sensor – so the Realme 10 might be a downgrade here.

That said, Realme claims its new phone offers an enhanced night mode that reduces noise, and that the shutter speed is 121% higher than on the previous model. There’s also a 16MP f/2.45 camera on the front.

For the battery, Realme has gone with a 5,000mAh power pack, which is a decent but fairly standard size. This supports 33W charging, which Realme claims can get the phone from zero to 50% in 28 minutes. There’s no mention of wireless charging, but we wouldn’t expect that at this price either.

Realme 10 specs and features

There’s a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset inside the Realme 10, which is a fairly low-end but modern chipset, and it’s joined by 8GB of RAM. However, the phone also lets you leverage storage as virtual RAM, bringing it up to 16GB.

The company claims that gaming performance with this phone is strong for the price, giving the example that you can play PUBG Mobile at 40fps in Balanced mode.

There’s a choice of 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage, along with a microSD card slot – though these versions may not all be available in all regions, and this is just a 4G phone, so one major thing missing here is 5G.

As for features, the Realme 10 has a 3.5mm headphone port, an ‘UltraBoom’ speaker, which promises Hi-Res audio at 200% volume, and it runs the company’s Realme UI 3.0, based on Android 12.

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