Realme has just launched the Realme 2 Pro in India at a starting price of Rs. 13,990 and it seems like a pretty capable smartphone, be it from the teardrop notch featuring display, the Snapdragon 660, or the cameras. So, it’s obviously not a downgrade like the Realme 2 and Realme has touted the cameras on the Realme 2 Pro to be one of the best in this price range. The Realme 2 Pro comes with a 16MP f/1.7 + 2MP dual camera setup and a 16MP f/2.0 front camera.
Realme 2 Pro Camera Samples
So, before we bring you our final Realme 2 Pro review, take a look at some of the camera samples taken from the Realme 2 Pro:
Artificial Light and Day Time Shots
Here are some shots taken from the Realme 2 Pro in good lighting and artificial indoor lighting and as you can see from the camera samples below, the Realme 2 Pro does pretty well. I mean, the colors are nice and details are also fairly good, but ya, some photos do seem overexposed, so there’s that.
Low Light Shots
Now, here are some photos taken in low light from the Realme 2 Pro and as you can see, thanks to the wider f/1.7 aperture, the Realme 2 Pro manages to capture very bright photos.
Thanks the dual camera setup, with the secondary 16MP camera sensor working only as the depth sensor, the Realme 2 Pro manages to capture some detailed and bright portrait mode shots. Sometimes the colors do look unnatural but overall, it seems like a decent phone for portrait mode photos.
Lastly, check out the selfies taken from the 16MP f/2.0 shooter on the front. It’s obviously an AI powered portrait mode and so, the edge detection is finicky but overall, I like these photos when compared to the competition.
Our Realme 2 Pro review is arriving shortly, so stay tuned for our final verdict on the Realme 2 cameras.