Realme 11 Pro Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points 

Robin John

We believe the Realme 11 Pro has the best design among its peers, and is one of the most attractive phones in this price range.


The Realme 11 Pro sports a 6.7-inch curved AMOLED display. The panel looks quite immersive because of the relatively thin bezels on all sides.


The Realme 11 Pro runs smoothly in daily use, handling multitasking seamlessly with no noticeable lags or stutters.


The Realme 11 Pro runs on Realme UI 4.0, based on Android 13. It is fast, with smooth animations and includes features like Split Screen and Quick Return.


Daylight photos are vibrant, contrasting, and detailed. However, the selfie camera disappoints with unnecessary skin-smoothing, even when the filter is off.


The battery backup on the Realme 11 Pro is excellent, with a screen time of anywhere north of the six-and-a-half-hour mark.


The Realme 11 Pro is, without a doubt, a major upgrade over last year. The faux leather finish gives the phone a premium and unique look, which is uncommon in this segment.


– Premium design – Fast, beautiful display – Great battery life – Decent camera performance

What is Good?

– Bloatware – Selfie camera falls short – No ultra-wide camera

What is Bad?

– Lava Agni 2 – POCO X5 Pro