Apart from Realme, Xiaomi and Samsung are also working on 64MP smartphone cameras. Moreover, a source suggests that Realme 5 also has a Qualcomm chip and not a MediaTek one. The handset will likewise have a secondary sensor with an ultra-wide-point that conveys a 119-degree field-of-see, a tertiary sensor with a super macro lens donning a central length of 4cm, and the fourth sensor with a portrait lens. We'll definitely be testing the cameras on the Realme 5 for ourselves when we check the phone out.
Realme is set to launch its new phone in India with a quad rear camera setup on August 20, Flipkart confirmed through a dedicated microsite.
The other details concerning the launch and specifications of Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro remain hidden. Recently the brand announced the launch of its Realme 3i and the Realme X which tout of some impressive features and not so budget-like price tag.
The sensors will come with a larger aperture and pixel size, helping the Realme 5 smartphones to offer top-notch imaging technology.
The Flipkart teaser confirms that the Realme 5 smartphones will come with rear four camera systems.
According to the company, the upcoming primary image sensors on Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro will be able to capture some breathtaking low-light pictures.
Now, it is a 48 megapixel IMX 586 sensor & note 64MP camera as that's coming with the upcoming Realme X series phone.
The 64 MP camera phone was unveiled in New Delhi last week, where Realme had revealed its plans to launch two additional quad-camera smartphones. We expect like every time, Realme is going to price its latest series very competitively and the price tag should hover around the Rs 10,000 or Rs 15,000 price range.
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