Realme is set to launch its new phone in India with a quad rear camera setup on August 20, Flipkart confirmed through a dedicated microsite. Based on an event held last week, the Realme 5 series is expected to include two smartphones - Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro. Now, a new microsite for the Realme 5 series has appeared on Flipkart. There is a possibility that the rumored Realme X Pro being an advanced phone will be equipped with a 64-megapixel lens in its quad camera setup. Now, the Realme 3 Pro launched in India this year as the cheapest Snapdragon 710-powered phone, so the Realme 5 Pro is most likely coming with Snapdragon 730. We'll definitely be testing the cameras on the Realme 5 for ourselves when we check the phone out. Other details such as processor, battery and display remain unknown about the phone. The prices of these devices should hover around between the INR 10K and INR 15K mark- unless, of course, Realme decides to throw us a surprise. Now with Realme launching quad-camera smartphones in the country, soon this is expected to become a mainstream trend. The second lens will be a ultrawide sensor with a 119-degree field-of-view.
Also, Realme phone could arrive with a new sensor as Realme X Pro, an upgrade to its previous version "Realme X". To feature a main large sensor, macro sensor, ultra-wide sensor and a depth sensor. In that light, the teaser page reiterates recently revealed material. The third one is a macro lens with 4cm focal length.
In India, company launched Realme X in July and has only two variants - 4GB RAM + 128GB storage, and 8GB RAM + 128GB storage priced at Rs 16,999 and Rs 19,999. We had recently reported about Realme also planning to launch a new device with a 64-megapixel camera before Diwali. But, the price of these smartphones is expected to be under Rs. 20,000.
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