Realme 11 Pro+ Moon mode has been confirmed by the brand’s Marketing Director, Jessie. The top executive posted a sample moon shot on China’s microblogging platform, Weibo. Notably, brands like Huawei and Samsung already offer dedicated moon mode on their flagship devices, and Samsung has even received flak for faking moon shots. Realme itself has dabbled in astrophotography with its dedicated starry night mode, but this is the first time it will offer a dedicated moon mode to its users. Let’s take a look at what’s in store.
Realme 11 Pro+ Moon Mode Confirmed by Realme China Marketing Director
Realme 11 Pro+ is confirmed to come with a dedicated Moon mode for clicking detailed, high-resolution pictures of the moon. As you can see in the picture shared by Jessie, the image of the moon appears quite detailed and sharp, with craters, etc., visible. The Weibo post doesn’t reveal anything else about the camera setup, but we can safely assume that the camera setup also features a telephoto lens. Previous reports have confirmed that the Realme 11 Pro+ will have a 200MP primary camera.
The same executive also shared a teaser of the upcoming smartphone, confirming that it will launch in China in May. The smartphone is also expected to launch in India alongside Realme 11 and Realme 11 Pro. Digital Chat Station has recently revealed some core specifications of the Realme 11 series smartphones.
Realme 11 Pro+: Specifications and Everything We Know So Far
According to the well-known Chinese tipster, the 11 Pro+ will be powered by the MediaTek Dimesnity 7000 series chipsets. Reportedly, Realme 11 Pro+ will not come with the existing Dimensity 7020 and Dimensity 7200 chipsets but a new Dimensity 7000 series SoC from MediaTek. Apart from this, Digital Chat Station has yet to reveal any further information.
The Realme 11 Pro+ has also cleared the TENAA certifications, and the listing has shed light on several smartphone specifications. According to the listing, the 11 Pro+ bears the RMX3740 model number. It will feature an FHD+, 120Hz curved AMOLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The smartphone will flaunt a triple-rear camera setup, including a 200MP Samsung HPX primary shooter, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro sensor. On the front, it will have a 16MP selfie camera.
The listing also confirmed that the smartphone would have a 4,680mAh dual-cell battery and 100W fast charging support. The handset will reportedly offer up to 16GB RAM and 1TB storage. It also runs Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 out of the box.
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