If there is one brand with the newest smartphone trends, it is Realme. Remember India’s first smartphone with 64MP camera – Realme XT (Review)? Or Realme X (Review), Which was the first mid-range offering with a pop-up camera? The latest trend that RealMe now offers is 108MP camera sensors. Yes, we are talking about it RealMe 8 Pro, The first smartphone in the brand lineup with a high-res Samsung HM2 sensor. Note that the RealMe 8 Pro is not the first phone or the first mid-range phone with a 108MP camera. However, with such a shooter it could be a very affordable smartphone. We only know the details RealMe 8 Pro India Launch Event – Scheduled for March 24th, let’s take a look at the RealMe 8 Pro camera capabilities for now.
RealMe 8 Pro camera specs
Like most smartphones these days, the 8 Pro has a quad-camera setup. The range has a 108MP sensor with 8MP f / 2.25 ultra-wide shooter, 2MP black and white portrait lens and 2MP macro snapper. The combination ensures that you can easily capture different scenes. The RealMe 8 Pro also offers 3x in-sensor zoom.
RealMe 8 Pro UI camera
It is worth noting that the RealMe 8 Pro, which is based on Android 11, comes out with the RealMe UI 2.0 box. This is not to say that the camera will have a greater impact on the UI ఉండాలి if you have ever used it before real చాలాme phone. If you hold the phone in a vertical orientation, you will find controls for the Flash, HDR, AI, filters and gear icon for the camera settings at the top of the viewfinder. At the very bottom, you will find the sandwich shutter button in the middle of the preview gallery and toggle for the front camera. On top of that, there are various modes like video, portrait, 108 MP. Clicking on more will bring additional shooting modes like Starry Mode, Slow-Mo, AI Mixed Portrait and more. On top of these modes, there are zoom option, AI beautification and Google Lens.
Realme 8 Pro camera models
Now that we’ve talked about the RealMe 8 Pro cameras, it’s time to see what they are capable of. Of course, we offer our analysis on image quality in the RealMe 8 Pro review, but until then, you can see the images for yourself.