- Realme 8 Pro has confirmed to feature a 108MP Samsung HM2 sensor
- The handset will have quad-cameras, a punch-hole design, and Blue colour option
- The 108MP camera will offer 3x zoom, New Starry Mode, tilt-shift, and portrait mode with new filters
Realme 8 Pro has been confirmed to feature a 108MP camera at the Realme Camera Innovation Event 2021. The phone will come as a successor to the Realme 7 series from last year. Going by the announcements at the event, the handset will bring a ton of camera improvements, thanks to the company’s in-house customisations. Realme has announced its number series (i.e. Realme 7, Realme 8, etc.) will focus on cameras in the future and offer the most innovative camera tech and features. Realme 8 Pro design has also been revealed at the event. The handset has quad-cameras arranged in a square-shaped module along with LED flash and ‘Dare to Leap’ tagline etched on the back. There is a tiny punch-hole cutout on the top-left corner for the selfie camera and narrow bezels. Realme 8 Pro can be seen in a gradient Blue colour, but we can expect other options at launch.
Realme 8 Pro uses the 108MP Samsung HM2 sensor
Realme is adopting Samsung’s latest 108MP HM2 sensor with 9-in-1 pixel binning and 1/1.52″ large sensor size that is claimed to improve the image quality in low light. The ISOCELL Plus technology is said to minimise optical loss and light reflection, delivering higher colour fidelity, and up to 15 percent enhancement in light sensitivity. The sensor comes with smart-ISO that enables take excellent images in more light. The sensor will deliver 3x zoom, brings a New Starry Mode with support for timelapse video, tilt-shift, and portrait mode with three new filters. The handset can record videos up to 4K@120 fps. Realme 8 Pro is claimed to click well-balanced images with vivid colours and sharp details in both bright and dark areas.
New Starry Mode
Realme 8 Pro’s 2nd generation Starry Mode features a Starry time-lapse video algorithm that takes only 4 minutes to take 15 photos and combines it into one starry photo or a 30fps time-lapse video. It takes 480 seconds to shoot 30 photos and then to generate a 1-second time-lapse video.
Realme 8 series will come with a tilt-shift photography algorithm that will allow capturing of tilt-shift photos and 10x faster tilt-shift time-lapse videos. The company is also offering the ability to adjust the shape, angle, position, and size of the bokeh effect when using the tilt-shift mode. Realme 8 Pro is also the world’s first smartphone that features tilt-shift time-lapse video.
The new portrait mode filters include neon, dynamic bokeh, and AI colour portrait. This is said to make the portrait image trendier for the younger audience.
Realme 8 series launch date hasn’t been revealed but the company says it’ll happen soon.