The Realme 6i has finally been launched in the Philippines and it’s the world’s first smartphone to sport the Helio G80 chipset which is a chipset that is focused on gaming and today, we’re gonna do a gaming review of the Realme 6i using Gamebench.
To give you an idea about the chipset, it is built on the 12nm process and it comes with Cortex-A75 cores that can go up to 2GHz, and then there are the six Cortex-A55 cores for gaming and for the GPU, there’s the ARM Mali-G52 graphics processor.
So we tried different games on the smartphone ranging from the not-so-demanding Mobile Legends: Bang Bang up to one of the graphically intensive games on smartphones — Black Desert Mobile.
For Mobile Legends: Bang bang, we were able to set up the game with HD Mode on, HFR Mode on and at high settings. While with Call of Duty: Mobile, the smartphone isn’t optimized yet but we do get here some favorable results and with PUBG, we were able to run the game at up to ultra framerates. While with Black Desert, we were able to run the game at the max settings possible. Check out our gaming review of the Realme 6i below:
Performance metrics were captured using GameBench Pro, the most accurate, enterprise testing tool in the industry. Check out the link to learn more: https://bit.ly/JamOnlineGamebench
Realme 6i specs
- MediaTek Helio G80 CPU
- 6.52-inch HD+ IPS Display
- 64GB/128GB Internal storage expandable via MicroSD
- 48MP main + 8MP ultrawide camera + 2MP macro lens + 2MP portrait lens rear camera
- 16MP selfie camera
- Dual SIM, LTE
- WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, BD, GLONASS
- Rear fingerprint scanner
- 5000mAh battery
- 18W Fast Charge
- realme UI based on Android 10