Realme’s quick release slate continues with the latest flagship of Realme 8 Pro. The Chinese smartphone’s latest smartphone 7 Pro arrives a few months later and comes with a number of upgrades, including the upgraded 108MP camera, which is a major improvement.
However, this expansion will cost other facilities. Both the fast charging and selfie camera have been slightly reduced from the previous device to accommodate the new 108MP camera.
It is worth noting that this smartphone is not compatible with 5G and given the recent history of RealMe, a different 5G variant of the device may be introduced in the future.
RealMe 8 Pro offers more than what we expect from the company. RealMe has packed another supporting accessory 300 smartphone with amazing features over its weight.
In the first post, the feel of the device is lighter than other smartphones and weighs 176 grams.
The body of the smartphone is covered with plastic and the screen-to-body ratio is 90.8 percent.
Behind the device are the words ‘Dare to leap’, which is an interesting option and not something we’ve seen from smartphone vendors in recent hours. However, I was asked to look at some innovations from the realm that certainly qualify as a stumbling block for a small design change.
OS: Android 11 Process: Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G Screen: 6.4 inches Resolution: 1080 x 2400 pixels RAM: 6GB or 8GB Internal storage: 128 GB Rear Camera: 108MP, 8MP, 2MP, 2MP Front Camera: 16 MP Video: 4K 30fps, 1080p @ 30/60 / 120fps Battery: 4500mAh 50W Fast Charging Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0 Dimensions: 160.6 x 73.9 x 8.1 mm Weight: 176 grams
Without the 108MP camera, it would be difficult to market RealMe 8 Pro as a real upgrade over the 7 Pro. However, carrying the Realm 108MP camera in the mid-region is indeed a ridiculous feat.
RealMe 8 Pro integrates the powerhouse of a camera into the latest flagship, providing most of the edges.
The RealMe 8 Pro uses the Samsung Isocell HM2 sensor for the main camera and the daytime shots using the main snowbar are also awesome. Users can shoot at 108MP resolution, which provides great detail in pictures and takes amazing close-up photos.
The colors were bright and true and the details in the pictures I took were superb. Below are some examples:
Picture lights are good, but when using the Night Mode feature, the detail in images is not so great, which takes an extra five seconds to capture a picture.
Like real-time devices, battery life and fast charging will also be more enjoyable. The 50W Fast smartphone charger charges 50 percent in just 17 minutes and 100 percent in 47 minutes, making it one of the fastest charging smartphones in the market today.
Realme can achieve this task seamlessly on mid- and budget phones, but the fact that high-field vendors will not be able to compete in this area speaks volumes about Realmin’s potential in the coming years .
However, the addition of 108 MP cameras means that RealMe will have to make some sacrifices with this device as far as specs are concerned. RealMe 7 Pro has a 65W wire charger, which is slightly faster than the 50W included in this device, and a 32MP front camera is also a 16MP downgrade.
If this revenue is reasonable, it’s user friendly, but for those who don’t use the camera very often (especially with current locking), I’d like to see the actual update elsewhere.
Like the RealMe 7 Pro, the smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 720G chipset, but has 8GB of RAM instead of 6GB.
RealMe 8 Pro runs Android 11 and runs RealMUI 2.0, and the smartphone was capable the entire time I was with it. I have no major issues with lags or glits in the phone, although it is not as fast as the OnePlus 9 Pro, for example, the Reality 8 Pro performs exactly as you would expect.