Realme 11 5G Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points

Robin John

The Realme 11 5G comes with a unique design approach, but the plastic back panel remains a home for fingerprints and smudges. 


The 6.72-inch IPS LCD screen, with a 120Hz refresh rate, is smooth and responsive. It provides clear and vibrant colours when viewing content. 


In daily usage, the Realme 11 performs well without any noticeable stutters. Switching between apps and multitasking is not an issue either. 


The phone runs Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13. The UI experience is good with smooth animations and a bunch of options for customisation.


Regular photos, pixel-binned for clarity, showcase commendable focus and speed in daylight. They are vivid and detailed, with a slight post-processing boost to greens and blues for a pleasing look.


The battery life is reliable and will not make you beg for a charger before evening. It manages a screen time of over five hours in most cases and can go up to six hours.


The Realme 11 faces tough competition but stands its ground. The design, with its constant innovation, earns our approval, especially in black for a classy look. As for the display, the LCD panel performs well.


- Interesting design - Decent hardware - Good daylight camera - Fast charging

What is Good?

- Average low-light camera - Bloatware - Mono speaker

What is Bad?

- Moto G54 - Moto G84 - OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite