The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is set to release the realme 6 and realme 6 Pro, which boast some of the most impressive camera specs and features seen in a mid-range smartphone. The devices come with a quad camera setup that includes a main 64MP sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, a 2MP portrait lens, and a 2MP macro lens. This setup is capable of capturing extremely detailed and high-resolution photos and videos. In addition, both devices come with laser autofocus and nightscape mode for improved low-light performance. As for video recording, the realme 6 and realme 6 Pro are able to record up to 4K resolution at 30fps. With such impressive camera specs and features.
The realme 9 Pro+ is primed to hit the market very soon with a myriad of innovative features and a photochromic Light Shift Design which ties into the smartphone’s overarching design philosophy of ‘capturing the light’. Building on the incredible success of its predecessor, the realme 8 Pro, the new realme 9 Pro+ promises to be an even more powerful and feature-packed offering.
One of the most noteworthy additions is the inclusion of a 108MP camera sensor which brings with it significantly improved low-light performance and sharper images overall. The phone also features Real 16.1 ultra-clear engine video processing for amazingly detailed and vibrant videos, as well as SONY’s IMX 686 sensor
The first thing that anyone would notice about the realme 9 Pro+ is its camera setup. It features a 50MP primary lens with a Sony IMX766 OIS Sensor. Additionally, the rear camera setup features an 8MP super wide lens and a 2MP macro lens. The selfie camera in front is also very impressive, with a 16MP lens. However, it is not just the hardware that makes the realme 9 Pro+’s photography setup so great; realme’s intelligent software also works intently towards providing you with high-quality pictures. For example, the phone features a Super Nightscape Mode that uses HDR and multi-frame noise reduction to produce clear and bright night shots.
When it comes to smartphone camera sensors, the Sony IMX766 OIS Sensor featured in the realme 9 Pro+ is at the top of its game. With a pixel size of 1 μm and a matrix size of 8.19 mm x 6.14 mm with a 45.51-inch diagonal, the Sony IMX766 sensor allows the realme 9 Pro+ to have vastly improved nighttime and low-light performance. This is the first time that such a sensor has been featured in a smartphone in this price segment and it is sure to revolutionize photography for many users. In terms of sheer specs, the Sony IMX766 sensor captures 63.8% more light when compared to previous generations of Sony sensors.
In photography, motion blur is a common issue that can ruin what would otherwise be an amazing picture. Anyone can fall victim to shaky hands rendering their photos unworkable. The solution to this lies in the realme 9 Pro+’s Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) system.
OIS is a mechanical system that works by physically adjusting the image sensor or lens module in the opposite direction of your movement in order to counteract it. This is useful in negating the effects of slight movement on your otherwise perfect shot by removing the possibility of motion blur. As a result, you can be sure that your photos will turn out beautifully even if you have slightly shaky hands. So if you’re looking for a smartphone with an excellent quality this would be the one.