Realme is all set to unveil the 8th generation of its most popular series on March 24. Both the Realme 8 series smartphone are exceptional in their specs and price. This time Realme has added a 108 MP sensor to its 8 Pro smartphone to ensure very high-quality detailed images. Also, it would be the second mid-range phone having a 108 MP camera after Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. In this article, we will be looking at the Realme 8 Pro Camera Samples. We will also analyze if the smartphone has the capability to become the new mid-range camera king or not. So, let’s head into the article right now.
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Realme 8 Pro Camera Specifications
Now, the Realme 8 Pro has a quad-camera setup with a 108 MP primary sensor, followed by 8MP f/2.25 ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP black and white portrait lens, and a 2MP macro shooter. This time Realme has offered a great camera package with the capability of 3x in-sensor zoom. We have got you some camera samples to check the camera quality. Make sure to let us know how you like the Realme 8 Pro Camera Samples in the comments below.
Realme 8 Pro Camera Samples
Realme 8 Pro has a better camera than any other Realme smartphone launched till date. This camera-setup offers a better dynamic range and is capable of capturing high-resolution images.
Rear Camera Samples
Here are some of the rear camera samples, the colour balance has been maintained so well and the black and white photo looks dope. Also, extremely amazing macro photography can be done by this 108MP camera sensor.
Front Camera Sample
Have a look at some of the selfies, the skin tones are maintained so well and it is sure that the camera is perfectly optimised for the Indian skin tones. In front camera portrait shots, background blue has been maintained very well.
Realme 8 Pro High-Resolution Camera Samples
The camera experience is epic and you should surely consider the Realme 8 Pro if you are looking for a perfect camera smartphone. If you wanna see some high-quality samples then, check them here – Realme 8 Pro camera samples
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