The Realme 10 Pro Plus 5G is a potential segment best smartphone - if its upcoming firmware updates

improve things around its imaging and interface issues. In its current form, however, it is not

Ahead of the year-end sale season, Chinese smartphone maker Realme updated its number series in India with the launch of Realme 10 Pro series. 

Leading the pack is the Realme 10 Pro Plus 5G, a midrange smartphone with two-side curved AMOLED screen as its key differentiating factor. 

Powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1080 system-on-chip, the phone is the first from Realme to boot Android 13 operating system-based Realme UI 4.0 interface. 

Though a thin-and-lightweight smartphone, it is powered by a big capacity 5,000 mAh battery and supports 67W fast wired charging dubbed as SUPERVOOC Charge. 

Imaging got an update too; the phone sports a 108-megapixel primary camera sensor (Samsung HM6) on the back. 

Priced at Rs 25,999 (review unit: 8GB+128GB), the Realme 10 Pro Plus 5G seems to be an all-round smartphone. Is it? Let’s find out: 

The Realme 10 Pro Plus 5G is a lightweight smartphone with two-side curved profile, which makes it feel thinner than it is.  

Made of plastic, the smartphone has a gradient reflective design on the back with a twin-ring camera module placed on the top left corner