Realme is gearing up for the Realme 8 series launch. The company could launch the Realme 8 alongside the Realme 8 Pro very soon in India. The Realme 8 Pro was previously tipped to feature a 108MP camera sensor. Realme today at its Camera Innovation Event not only confirmed the addition of the 108MP sensor but also teased the Realme 8 Pro. The design of the Realme 8 Pro is quite similar to the one leaked a few days ago. The smartphone has a quad-camera setup at the back. There is a 108MP sensor confirmed on the Realme 8 Pro. The screen at the front is flat and has a hole-punch cutout on the top-left corner. Let’s take a look at the Realme 8 Pro design, specifications and other details.
Realme 8 Pro design and specifications teased at Camera Innovation Event
Realme has teased the Realme 8 Pro at its Camera Innovation Event. The smartphone is confirmed to feature a 108MP quad-camera setup on the back. The device will also come with a hole-punch display.
The rear Blue panel sports a shiny finish with the Dare to Leap branding. It has a quad-camera setup inside the square-shaped module. Out of the four sensors, the primary lens features a 108MP sensor. Details of the other three lenses are unknown but we can assume them to include ultrawide, macro and depth sensors.
The camera will come with a new Tilt-Shift video mode that blurs the foreground and background while focusing on the subject.
The front panel will remain flat and sport a punch-hole cutout on the top-left corner. It is unknown if the device will come with an IPS LCD or an AMOLED. There is also no word on support for a high refresh rate screen. The Realme 7 Pro came with a 60Hz AMOLED. We are not sure if its successor, the 8 Pro will feature the same display spec.
As spotted by tipster Mukul Sharma, the phone will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) March 2, 2021
This is all the information we have on the 8 Pro.
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