Authoritatively launching in the UK today, the Realme 8 Pro is a budget gadget that is one of the first to utilize the new Samsung ISOCELL HM2 108-megapixel sensor in its main camera.
While comparative high-res sensors have been more common in pricier phones like the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, this chip is intended for cheaper gadgets like the 8 Pro.
This 108-megapixel chip isn’t a similar one utilized in the S21 Ultra or even a year ago’s S20 Ultra. It’s a more modest sensor — 1/1.52-inch versus 1/1.33-inch — with somewhat more modest 0.7μm pixels.
Be that as it may, it utilizes the equivalent binning way to deal with improve light-gathering abilities by consolidating adjoining pixels into a less noisy 12-megapixel image.
The Realme 8 Pro offers a 6.4-inch OLED screen, a Snapdragon 720G processor with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 4,500mAh battery that supports 50W fast charging.
The rear of the gadget, which comes in blue and black variants, includes some extreme Realme branding with the organization’s “Dare to Leap” trademark in huge fluorescent lettering that — the organization claims — sparkles in the dark.
Realme likewise says the plan will engage “a new generation of younger users,” which we’ll need to take its word for.
The 8 Pro will go on sale on March 31st in the UK for £279 (about $380).