If you're on a budget, you get the cheaper model, maybe their room is six or is it worth paying the extra to get the real me six pro, which does have the snapdragon 720 G in it versus the Halle og9 tt that's? In the real me, six there's a slight difference in the screen size, but they're both about the same kind of quality. But one has a pill notch in it, so that wider cutout doesn't, look as good as just the single hole cut out that's in the six. So in this comparison, I'm gon na go in depth. We'Ll take a look at some benchmarks: performance, build quality cameras, battery life charge time. How are they, which one is the best out of these two that's? What I'm here to answer in this detailed comparison? So there's a difference with our displays: we're good at 6.6 inch screen with Gorilla Glass 5 on the real me 6 pro versus the Gorilla Glass 3 on the real me 6, which is 6.5 inches, so it's point 1 of an inch smaller. You can see side by side. You don't really notice that difference now. These 6 Pro does weigh slightly more this one's about 206 grams, so around 11 to 12 grams lighter heavier sorry than the real me 6. Now the back materials are them same. Camera layout plastic frames on both of these, but we do have definitely plastic on the real me 6 and you can feel it when you tap it and press it in.

It just feels a little bit more spongy there. Now the really 6 pro apparently has glass on the back of it right here. But when I tap it, it almost feels like it could actually be plastic as well, but just one of those more hardened resilient plastics that imitate glass and that's kind of why it would fool some people, I think, is thinking it is actually glass, but I don't Think it is so down the bottom: both had 3.5 million hit phone jacks both have loud speakers to single out speakers and I'll, give you sample about them later on in this video. This comparison so there's two microphone holes there, possibly two mics at the bottom. On the room is six in just a single one on the bottom on, the room is six probe at the top of it does have a secondary noise cancelling mic think the room e6 is missing over the type c. Ports do not support video out and both support 30 white fast charging, and they will charge from anywhere from 51 minutes through to 58, which is still very quick for a four thousand three hundred million power battery. The some trays that can be found on the top left, along with our volume up and down buttons, made out of plastic now these symmetries take two nano Sims and a micro SD card. Moving on to the panel's now in a little bit more detail, so there is a difference between them and it's very, very minor.

They both have a brightness maximum of around 430 to 440 nits of brightness, which means in sunlight, as you can see now, Beaufort them. You can make it out, but it's not going to be the easiest screen out there, that you will see in direct sunlight, but it is acceptable and you can still make out and send text messages and things like that. So that is the main thing, of course, when looking at them under direct sunlight here in the studio a little bit different here now, both of them have a bluish tint to them out of the box when you do get them, and I wanted to point out That both also do exhibit and suffer from a little bit of pixel dimming around those cutouts. So if I bring up our settings here, just a white background, you can now see that there is a little bit around both of them and you see it around this cutout and then around the bottom of the notch here, and that may be annoyance to some People – but you only do actually see this when you have a normally as solid bright color, you will notice that so both of them have dark mode IQ mode, but what is missing on the room is 6 as this option right here. So we have a screen. Color mode now you don't get this with the mediatek powered device. Now I prefer the gentle setting so out of the box.

It actually comes with Vivid but I'm going to keep it on vivid to keep both for these displays. Basically, looking the same here now, they do, of course, have full screen gestures, which I'm running here at the moment and you've got an override for the refresh rate and both of them. I have set to 90 Hertz, so you can set them if you want to save on batteries. You'Ll see later on in this particular comparison that 60 Hertz will save you a lot of battery life compared to 90, which burns through that battery very quick. Now this is very interesting. I wanted to point out that the lower spec device here, because my real mystics has four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage versus the real me 6. Pro has 128 gigabytes of storage and 8 gigabytes of RAM, so double the RAM but watch this did you see? Okay performances do that again is much smoother they're scrolling. I have noticed look at the scrolling here now. Not making this up. The scrolling to me is smoother on the cheaper device with the hailey o g9 TT and of course it only has half the RAM. So why is this happening with the animations it's? Probably wrong optimisation, but to me the real me, 6 Pro is definitely slower and I've noticed too that when this one hits about 15 of battery it becomes quite choppy. The UI definitely not running at 90 frames per second and the Hellyer powered one err.

Room is six just seems to be a lot smoothie here. Hopefully you can see this coming through. It just seems to be a little more juddery there. So let's have a look now at some benchmarks. Now won't do a speed test, but will will open this app at the same time and you see that it came up first on the real me 6 and not the pro that's, just my gallery with all the photos in there. So let's jump into some albums here because their details are going to point out now big big, big difference here in terms of battery life. So, first up this is the real me 6 pro with almost nine hours with this display calibrated at 202, brightness 90 Hertz PC mark test great result. This is actually very good for 90 Hertz. Okay, look at that abysmal result, really bad on the real me 6. That only got while it got under 6 hours here, so that is not good to see. So if you want the best battery life straight away, you go for, I would say, for the real me 6 Pro, but you know that leg that's coming in the UI which I am seeing, which is not the best now both of them do have Widevine level. One suits you don't need to worry about that. I mean even right now, looking at the animations right here with the gallery, it seems slower on the real me 6 pro both have camera2 api support, which is great now GPS.

There is a difference here, so we have. I want me to accuracy on the Helio powered device, the romy 6 versus the 3 standard, so Qualcomm devices don't seem to have accuracy better than 3 in know. Why? But mediatek does here, but look at the average signal strength down the bottom here slightly better on the rid me six Pro right there and wireless. The wireless is marginally better on the real mystics pros. Well, I found that when you have low signal strength, just two bars, it will get better average speeds and that's what we want with low signal strength. So let's go over now to internal storage. This one, okay, the interesting results here you can see that it is faster, the internal storage on the realm e6, the slower cheaper device, actually turns out to have the faster storage, okay, so that's going to vary from NAT chips that they use for our? U FS 2.1 storage now here's a benchmark that you can trust. I think this is Geekbench v, so mediatek doesn't cheat on this one or shouldn't, but they could – and you can see that that is faster on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720 and here's. An two very close scores here – I didn't – expect it to be this close, so it's, a good result. We'Re, getting with eight gigabytes of RAM on the room is six pro very similar, and can you trust, media tech here they've been proven that they basically cheat when it comes to inch marks? They detect it and boost all those calls up and clock them a much higher than normal to try and get these really good benchmark results.

Difference in bloatware is wow. I don't know why, but probably because of a slightly different regions here so I've got. The European version of the room is 6 with NFC, and this model, I think, is an Asian or Hong Kong release, which has Google Play, but it doesn't have NFC and it also comes with a lot of bloatware because we've just got opera and a few other Apps, maybe 3 bloatware apps on the room is six european version versus a lot of junk and bloat, where that is on the real me 6 fro and both of them are on the latest firmware. So what are the differences? Do we have i've noticed that the haptic feedback motor on the 6 pro is a little bit better than the real me 6. I'M, not too sure why this says i had assumed that they would have had the same exact motor in them, but there is a difference to me. The vibration just comes through a little bit better on the real me 6 pro on to our audio quality. Now so there is the best voice, call quality on the real me sex Pro, because it has the top active noise cancellation mic, which the real me sex is lacking. 3.5 millimeter, headphone quality. There is a slight difference between them and this is going to be down to personal preference, it's subjective, but I believe that the room e6 pro sounds slightly better to my ears in terms of loudspeakers I'll.

Give you a sample now, but they both sound to my ears exactly the same. They are using, I believe, the same exact speaker, Music, what about face? Unlocking and the fingerprint readers exactly the same, very faster face, unlocking now the fingerprint reader on both of them always on capacitive touch it. It unlocks that quick I'll. Do it now to the real me six, so just touch it unlocks and it seems to work for me nine out of ten times so I've been gaming on both of these phones. Now, for half an hour, two stood gauge the temperatures and how fluid they are, but both of them have a bit of lag. This is shadow gun legends by the way in the high setting 60 frames per second no 90 frames per second support with these and I've noticed that they both are very fluid. This game is playable, but you do see frame dips between both of them, depending on what you're doing it normally just happens at the start of the level when something explodes there is a pause but it's noticeably worse on the mediatek powered real ms6. It also gets hotter, so let's take a look at all temperatures here. This is using an two twos temperature probe there, so almost 64 degrees on the real me 6 versus a much cooler 52 degrees only on the real me 6 Pro. So if you plan to game for hours on end, I would definitely go for the real me 6 Pro, because not only is it slightly smoother at gaming, it also runs a lot cooler and it's a lot easier on your battery as well.

You get more runtime. Now, both of these cameras, the main sensor is a 64 megapixel samsung GW one. They both have 8 megapixel ultra whites, the difference we get as with our 2 times, optical 12 megapixel camera on the real me 6 Pro. The real me 6 pro also has, as well as the 16 megapixel front facing camera alongside it is an 8 megapixel ultra wide that the room is 6 lakhs to our cameras. Now so there's a couple of things I wanted to point out before I show you those comparisons side by side and video is this right here in the video mode. We have the ultra steady for the front facing camera and with the rear camera as well. On the room is 6 Pro. This is something that is not on the real me 6, so the ultra stadium max mode is there as well, which uses the ultra wide camera, which gives us more stabilization, and it gets a better field of view and crops more because of it, using the ultra Wide and if do go into the photo modes here, that is pretty much the sec same options for both of them 64 megapixel motors there. But when I swap over to the front facing cameras, you will see now that we have this right here. So we can shoot ultra wide now when you take a photo with ultra wide and you want to portrait it we'll just use the main camera.

So here our front facing cameras. There is a big difference here in quality that real me6 against the room. E6 fro. You can see that there really six is doing a bit better, maybe with the exposure here, but look how all the footage shakes around everywhere this, because it doesn't have any electronic image stabilization with the front facing camera. And that means that, of course, on the real me 6 pro we have this crop that comes in quite a bit closer now it does have the ultra wide camera. This is a 1080p video first that I wanted to show you now there's a big dear friends. Here at the real ms6 is lacking any form of electronic image stabilization here in 1080p, yet the room is 6 Pro. Has it it's, probably because the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720 handles and can actually do the electronic image stabilization? Probably a lot better and then the media tech chip – and this is why real me perhaps has it disabled and not working on the real me 6. So this is ultra wide here and no again stabilization on the room. E6, so it's just gon na lose here with the video quality. So when I walk ahead that it shakes all over the place with the real me 6, but the 6 Pro doing a much better job, not to say that this quality is actually very good. No it's, not both of the ultra wide cameras for video, look quite washed out to me, they're lacking in sharpness and details, the tiny 8 megapixel sensor, and that lens does struggle with video an L 4k video 30 frames per second, as the max are both of These support, and both of them do not have any electronic image: stabilization, Music Applause, Music, Music, all right! So let me just round this up very easy pick for me that if you want the best video quality, camera quality battery life and slightly better build quality ultra wide selfie camera, then you go, of course, for the real me 6 Pro, especially the battery life.

Huge difference there, if you run 90 Hertz that it will be a lot lot lot longer in the long run running on the real me 6 Pro you gain about an extra 2 hours, 3 hours of on screen time versus 90 hits on that media tech chip, Which is also a hot running warm chip. We know this OK from experience that it does get a little bit warmer, probably because we're talking about a 12 nanometer process versus an eight nanometer process. However, it's not also clear cuts because look at the UI performance, it runs at 90, Hertz and 90 frames per second on the room is sex. The cheaper device with a media tech chip is actually smoother very smooth, UI performance, really nice and it's. Only running 4 gigabytes around my particular model and then 8 gigabytes and a Snapdragon 720 seems to run the UI quite choppy it's, not running at 90 frames per. Second, definitely not, as I demonstrated it just seems, a little bit laggy and shows stutters and frame dips everywhere, especially with the animations, so UI needs to be optimized. Hopefully, real me will be onto this very soon with a firmware update to improve the performance of the UI, otherwise I'd say get yourself. The real me 6 Pro. If you're thinking about these 2, ok and there's also yeah the cutout for the front facing cameras. It is uglier on the real me 6 Pro, so hopefully, this video was handy helpful if it wasn't answered all your questions between these two models in please do give a thumbs up.

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