Realme 8 Pro will be brand first biggest 108MP camera sensor, features details

Realme India held its “Camera Innovation Event today” to showcase its innovation 108MP megapixel camera technology which will make its debut on the Realme 8 series teasers in India soon this month.

In 2019, company announced the first smartphone Realme XT with a 64MP as primary camera and now it become the second smartphone about to debut in this month with biggest sensor 108MP as primary camera. Some of the key photography features that will be available on the Realme 8 Pro.

Realme CEO Madhav Seth showcased the 108MP photography features that will be equipped with Realme 8 Pro. The smartphone confirmed to support 120HZ AMOLED display single punch hole.

It will be sporting the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 108MP sensor. The lens supports 9-in-1 pixel binning technology and up to 3x lossless zoon.

In sensor zoom technology kicks in to take eight 12-megapixel photos and combine them together using the clarity lens algorithm to generate a higher clarity zoomed / cropped image.

Starry Mode

The new Starry Mode also come with a time-lapse video recording feature. The numbers of videos can be shoot by recording multiple videos clips and then synthesize and combine them through video editing software.

Tilt-shift photography

Tilt-shift photography captures a minature landscape image with a broken effect that focuses on a particular part of blurs out out the remaining areas. The Tilt-Shift photography feature available on the Realme 8 Pro provides various options like shape, size, angle , transition and position for the desired boken effect.

Portrait Filters

Realme announced the new portrait filters will provides users with the three new photography filters named Neon Portrait, Dynamic Bokeh Portrait and AI Color Portrait.

The company yet to confirm the launch date of the Realme 8 series in India but we are sure about that might be happen after the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Series official launch and pricing will be announced in India on 4th March, 2021.

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