While the Realme 8 comes with a Super AMOLED screen of regular 60Hz refresh rate, instead of the 90Hz LCD of the Realme 7. The camera setup is identical to the Asian variant of the Realme 7, but global users will see an upgrade in the 64MP main snapper.
The chipset, the battery, and the memory are all borrowed from the predecessor, but one major change is the software – Realme 8 ships with Realme UI 2.0 out of the box. The interface is smooth, lacks any bloatware or useless features and offers a bit of customization to users. The phone is also extremely light and feels a bit small in the hand, which is a feature that some people will love.
The verdict on the Realme 8 is dividing – it is a lovely handset for what it’s worth, but users in countries with 5G networks who want faster connectivity may want to look for the Realme 8 5G.