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RealMe announces launch of first ever quad-camera smartphones

Shounak Banerjee
by Shounak Banerjee
16th August
RealMe announces launch of first ever quad-camera smartphones

Set to release their first-ever quad-camera smartphones, Chinese company Realme is launching the Realme 5 and the Realme 5 Pro on August 20. Priced at ₹8999, the Realme 5 is the world’s first quad-camera smartphone under ₹10,000 in India. In addition to confirming the above information through a tweet, the CEO of Realme India Madhav Sheth stated that the Realme 5 will contain a “powerful Qualcomm chipset”, another technology debuting in the Indian market.

According to a listing on the processor benchmarking program Geekbench, Realme will, in all likelihood, contain the Snapdragon 665 chip. This snapdragon chip will be seen in the Indian market for the first time, courtesy of the Realme 5 and the Xiaomi Mi A3, the latter set to launch a day after the Realme 5.

The Realme 5 will be installed with a 5000 mAh battery and a 48MP quad-camera setup using the Sony IMX586 sensor. Upgraded with a VOOC 3.0 fast charging, the phone will feature a 16MP primary sensor paired with an ultra wide-angle camera, a 4cm macro lens, and a depth sensor. One of the primary usages of the VOOC flash-charge 3.0, as was confirmed by the Company, is the ability of the battery to get charged without getting overheated while the user is still using the phone.

Touted as the “best mid-range chipset in its segment”, the 5 Pro version comes with the “lightning fast” Snapdragon 712 SoC. In addition to a wide-angle lens of 199 degrees and focus of 4 centimeters, the Realme 5 Pro would have an in-display fingerprint sensor. Installed with the VOOC fast charge 3.0, the Realme 5 Pro can charge up to 55% of the battery in just under 30 minutes.

With Realme releasing its first-ever cost-friendly smartphone, do you think that the Chinese company can grab a stake in the Indian market? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.



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