Putting an end to its teasing spree, the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro went official today in India with newer chipsets and quad-cameras in tow. The Chinese giant had built a lot of hype around the two smartphones and well, they kind of live up to it. Yeah, the chipsets are a notable upgrade this time around, but the major highlight of the Realme 5 series is the quad cameras.
Realme 5 Pro: Camera Specs
Realme 5 Pro is the first quad-camera phone in the most popular and competitive Rs. 15,000 price segment in India. It carries forward the company’s recent camera upgrade, which is the 48MP sensor from the Realme X and adds 3 new sensors into this mix. The primary 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor on the Realme 5 Pro is paired with an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 2MP macro lens with a 4cm focal length, and a 2MP depth sensor for even better portrait photos.
Note: We have resized the camera samples you see attached below to not bog down the website. However, you can check out the full-resolution images via this Google Drive link right here.
Selfies & Portraits
Realme 5 Pro is capable of capturing up to 4K videos at 30 frames per second (fps). The smartphone comes baked with EIS, both on the rear and front, but it kicks in when you record 1080p videos at 60fps. You can check out some samples we captured right here:
Well, the camera samples attached above should be enough to give you a quick look at how Realme has optimized the 48MP sensor on the Realme 5 Pro. The camera samples here definitely look promising and seem to capture a lot of details both in daylight and lowlight conditions. The addition of the ultra-wide and macro lens also gives the user a newer perspective while capturing pictures, so that’s great.
So, what do you think about the camera performance of the Realme 5 Pro? Let us know down in the comments section.