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The month of March will be a serious month for tech companies across the globe with the likes of Apple already working to bring a number of products and then there is OnePlus and the most recent on the list is realme which is slating the 24th of the month as the debuting date for the realme 8 series.

Speaking of the interesting device, an unboxing video of the device has recently been shared online which gave a better view of what the device looks like from inside and outside the box.

In this short gallery post, we’ll explore the interesting pictures shared by enthusiasts revealing what to expect when the realme 8 Pro finally gets announced by March 24th.

The realme 8 Pro comes in two color variations which include Infinite Black and Infinite Blue while there are a few yellowish hues that glow at some areas depending on the lighting on the device.

realme 8 Pro: in-box contents

Anyway, the following are the in-box contents of the realme 8 Pro courtesy of an unboxing video from Tech Spurt: realme 8 Pro(Infinite Black- in Video)

TPU case(Silicone)

SIM ejector pin, Documentation

USB-A to USB-C Charging cable

65W SuperDart Charger

The company is also generous enough to include a TPU case as well as a charger in the box. Charging bricks are now a luxury that might become scarce with time but for now, you’d better keep this one just in case you want to buy another realme 9 series by 2022 (if they decide to make one).

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Nice back design

1. That matte finish on the back

realme 8 Pro back has the device’s motto “dare to leap” written boldly right behind the device as well as other information about the device while the company’s logo is well stamped at the lower left part of the back casing of the device. Credit: Tech Spurt


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Cardboard case

2. Cardboard packaging

realme 8 Pro unboxing experience: The usage of yellow cardboard is common to realme and that’s the case with the realme 8 Pro. Credit: Tech Spurt


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realme includes a big 65W charging brick in the box so you can charge the device under a really short period. Credit: Tech Spurt

4. Blazing-fast

realme includes a big 65W charging brick in the box so you can charge the device under a really short period. Credit: Tech Spurt


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USB Type-C of course

5. USB Tupe-C

realme 8 Pro comes with a USB Type-C cable which will aid the speedy charging powered by the device’s powerful charging brick included in the box. Credit: Tech Spurt


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realme 8 Pro unboxing Credit: Tech Spurt

6. Unboxing

realme 8 Pro unboxing Credit: Tech Spurt


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realme 8 Pro TPU clear case included in the box to keep the device from unwanted scratches. Credit: Tech Spurt

7. Clear TPU case

realme 8 Pro TPU clear case included in the box to keep the device from unwanted scratches. Credit: Tech Spurt


realme 8 Pro Design

The realme 8 Pro comes with really unique design aesthetics and that includes the squared camera design and the flat back which makes the device look really premium in every sense possible.

It has a dedicated micro-SD card slot and for real, a 3.5mm audio jack and a pre-installed screen protector.

On the right, we have power and volume buttons, SIM & micro-SD card tray to the left, Type-C and Speakers along with a primary mic & 3.5mm audio jack to the bottom, and a secondary mic up top.

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Dare to Leap! Credit: Tech Spurt

8. Dear to leap?

The rear has a big ‘DARE TO LEAP’ logo, square-shaped quad cameras and a realme branding at the bottom left. The black version has a textured finish and as per the video, the realme 8 Pro has a plastic back panel. Upfront, we have an AMOLED display with a single punch-hole to the top left.


Other realme 8 Pro features

The device was confirmed to sport the large 108MP sensor and comes with the realme UI 2.0 which is built on top of the current Android 11 OS. It also has an OLED panel which allows for the in-display fingerprint sensor.

There is also support for motion gesture and global theme customization like the EMUI with an improved dark mode with always-on display and support for the third-party launcher and some other security and privacy settings to keep the device well secured.