Realme V23 vs. OnePlus 10R 150W: 12GB RAM, 5000mAh Battery!

Let’s begin the combat between two candidates Realme V23 vs. OnePlus 10R 150W with 12GB RAM and a 5000mAh battery! Check out more details below!

Realme V23

Realme V23 vs. OnePlus 10R 150W specs

Realme V23 comes with incredible specs, while the OnePlus 10R 150W launches with a fantastic camera system and massive storage. First of all, coming to the design, Realme V23 specs offer a 6.58-inch IPS LCD with a 1080 x 2408 pixels resolution. At the same time, the OnePlus 10R 150W specs feature a 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED with 1080 x 2412 pixels. As a result, the OnePlus smartphone wins the first round.

On the other side, the Realme smartphone provides the MediaTek Dimensity 810 and runs on Android 12. Meanwhile, the OnePlus device accepts power from the MediaTek Dimensity 8100-Max SoC and works on the latest Android 12 version. In addition, the Realme device arrives in two options: 256GB/ 8GB RAM and 256GB/ 12GB RAM (expandable to 256GB). Moreover, the OnePlus machine ships with 12GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage (no card slot).

OnePlus 10R 150W

Hence, the OnePlus phone defeats its opponent this round, thanks to the huger RAM. Let’s talk about an optics department! In detail, the Realme V23 cameras rock dual 48MP + 2MP lenses on the rear. Move to the front; there is a single 8MP sensor for selfies-taking. In contrast, the OnePlus 10R 150W cameras consist of triple 50MP + 8MP + 2MP rear sensors and a single 16MP shooter for selfies. As for battery capacity? The Realme beast houses a 5000mAh juice box, while the other figure is a smaller 4500mAh energy box. As a result, the Realme monster triumphs in the last round with huger battery capacity.

Realme V23 vs. OnePlus 10R 150W release date and price

Both smartphones are now available for purchase. Concerning the cost, the Realme V23 price starts at about $237 ~ Rs. 18,942. Additionally, the OnePlus 10R 150W price falls at $369 ~ Rs. 29,492. Which one do you prefer? Could you leave us your choice in a comment below?