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    Introducing Realme 8 Pro‌ with 108 megapixel camera and Realme 8 with Super AMOLED display
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    The Riley brand unveiled two new intermediates in the 8 Series on Wednesday, March 24, 2021; Realme 8‌ and Realme 8 Pro‌, which are the successors to Realme 7‌ and Realme 7 Pro‌, respectively, have undergone limited changes in practice and in some cases have even weaker features than the previous generation. A notable feature of the Realme 8 Pro is its main camera, which has been upgraded to 108 megapixels for the first time in this family. In Realme 8, despite the many similarities to Realme 7, we encounter some positive points, such as the OLED display and the upgrade of the base memory to 128 GB. �

    Riley 8 Pro has some changes in appearance compared to the previous generation The most prominent of them is the transformation of the area around the cameras from rectangular to square, and the two-color mode of the back part has been replaced by a fixed color and the brand slogan, Dare to Leap, which is embossed in a large way along this part. The dimensions of the device are 8.1 × 73.9 × 160.6 mm, which is a decrease compared to the Realme 7 Pro with dimensions of 8.7 × 74.3 × 160.9 mm in all cases. Fortunately, this reduction in weight has continued and the weight of 176 grams of the device is 6 grams lighter than the previous model. �

    The phone still has a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 × 2400 pixels. It has a density of 409 pixels per inch and, according to the manufacturer, covers 90.8% of the phone. Of course, this screen is not exactly the same as last year, because this time it supports more brightness and its maximum brightness has reached a satisfactory figure of 1000nits. Another new feature in this panel is the speed of receiving fingerprints, which has reached 180 Hz, but the screen refresh rate has not changed and is the same as the previous 60 Hz. The fingerprint sensor is still inside the display. �

    In-screen display in the hole on the left, 16-megapixel selfie camera Sony IMX471 Despite the fact that it has a slight decrease in resolution compared to the 32-megapixel camera in the Realme 7 Pro‌, its aperture is slightly wider at f/2.45. The camera's maximum video resolution is still 1080p/30fps, and it can capture slow-motion video at both 1080p and 720p at 120 frames per second.

    An important change in the rear cameras is certainly the device's original 108-megapixel camera, which is a 1/1.52-inch Samsung ISOCELL HM2 with a combination of 9 adjacent pixels to form a larger 2.1-micron pixel. . Thus, although the resolution of this camera is 108 megapixels and in practice it is possible to capture images at this resolution, but the power of this camera is determined by its default resolution of 12 megapixels, where combining 9 pixels per pixel on paper much better performance. In low light environments. The aperture of the lens in front of the sensor has an aperture of f/1.88, which is slightly narrower than the f/1.8 in the 64-megapixel Realme 7 Pro camera. �

    This camera can capture 8 images simultaneously and then combine them to create an image with It offers higher quality and due to the very high resolution of the sensor, it can perform 3 times digital zoom with suitable quality. Other features of the device's main camera in the software section include a night shooting mode called Super Nightscape, which is now also available for video, through which you can capture 240 frames (with 15 seconds difference between each) in one hour. , Recorded an 8-second video of the stars moving. �

    Passing through this camera, we do not encounter another exciting point and the 8-megapixel camera Ultraviolet with f/2.25 and a field of view of 119 degrees and two 2-megapixel modules f/2.4 (one for shooting images from a very close distance of 4 cm and the other for blurring the background) are present only to increase the number of cameras in this area.

    This time around, Riley went for the Snapdragon 720G 8nm chipset for processing, which was not only present in the Realme 7 Pro, but also in the previous model, the Realme 6 Pro, which was marketed with the same processor. This processor uses 2 2.2 GHz Arm Cortex-A76 cores and 6 A55 cores with a frequency of 1.8 GHz, and the graphics processing is also responsible for Adreno 618. While this processor still provides relatively good power for a cheap mid-range device, its reuse does not make much sense given the introduction of newer processors like the Snapdragon 480 with 5G support. The phone still has 6 or 8 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of UFS 2.1 internal memory will be fixed in either of these two RAMs. Dedicated memory slots are still present in this phone, and through it, the storage memory of this model can be increased independently of the two SIM cards. �

    The battery life is still 4,500mAh, but in a strange decision , The maximum charger power supported in this phone has been reduced from 65 watts in Realme 7 Pro to 50 watts. Strangely enough, the 65-watt charger is still included in the box, but the phone only uses 50 watts! The Realme 8 Pro‌, of course, still has a high charge speed, and according to the manufacturer, after 17 minutes of charging, the battery is 50% full and it takes 47 minutes to fully charge the battery. For comparison, it is not bad to know that these two figures were announced in Realme 7 Pro‌ at 12 and 34 minutes, respectively. �

    5G connection is naturally unknown in this model and its Snapdragon X15 LTE modem On paper, it achieves a maximum download speed of 800Mbps. Other connectivity options include dual-band ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, GPSGLONASS/BEIDOU single-frequency routers, and a 3.5mm headset jack, and at least NFC is not mentioned on the specs page.

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    Realme 8 Pro with Android 11 operating system and realme UI 2.0 user interface is available in three colors yellow, black and blue to the Indian market and Its base price with 6GB/128GB memory is Rs 17,999 (at the current exchange rate, close to US $ 248). The 8GB/128GB version is priced at Rs 19,999 ($ ​​275). For comparison, the Realme 7 Pro with similar memories was released in September 2020 for 19 19,999 and, 21,999, respectively. �

    The highest version of this phone with 8 RAM and 128 GB of memory from March 31, 2021 (April 11, 1400) will be available in two ranges in black and one blue in the UK market for 9 279.

    Like the Pro version, Realme 8 has some similarities to Realme 7, and here we have some pros and cons. The design change of the Realme 8 Pro compared to the previous generation is repeated here, and the same things as before, such as the square shape of the cameras, the uniform color of the back and the large Dare to Leap badge can be seen in this model. �

    Realme 8 has dimensions of 7.99 × 73.9 × 160.6 mm, which Due to the 0.1 inch smaller screen, it has a big change compared to Realme 7 with dimensions of 9.4 × 75.4 × 162.3 mm. The weight of the phone in the meantime has experienced very ideal conditions and with only 177 grams, it has become lighter by nearly 20 grams. �

    The screen of the device is apparently the same 6.4-inch AMOLED present in the Realme 8 Pro, which is a significant advantage over the Reel 7 with a 6.5-inch LCD screen. This screen has not changed in terms of resolution of 1080 × 2400 pixels, but this time it does not have a refresh rate of 90 Hz, and at the cost of OLED panel, it has a refresh rate of 60 Hz. A brightness of 1000 nits, a density of 409 ‌ pixels per inch and a 90.8% screen-to-body ratio are other notable points about this panel. The 16-megapixel IMX471 selfie camera and in-panel fingerprint sensor have similar conditions to the Pro version. �

    The cameras on the back of the phone are the same as those in Realme 7 and include a The sample is a 64-megapixel f/1.8, an 8-megapixel ultraviolet, and two 2-megapixel f/2.4 units (one for capturing images from a very close distance of 4 cm and the other for blurring the background). �

    The phone's processor remains intact, the same as the previous Helio G95 with 12nm lithography And the cores are A76 and A55. A new point is the change of material of internal cooling materials from carbon fiber to copper, which, according to Riley, has up to 14.4% better performance than before. The base memory of the device has been upgraded from 64 to 128 GB, but this upgrade was not cheap either, where the minimum RAM of the device is now instead of 6, 4 GB. Of course, other versions of this model with 6 or 8 GB of RAM are also available. It is also important to note that there is no change in the type of UFS 2.1‌ memory on the device, and the external memory slot is still dedicated and independent of the two SIM cards. �

    5mAh battery and 30-watt Drat Charge charger a change from They have not done before and the time required to fully charge the battery has been announced as 65 minutes. �

    Realme 8 with Android 11 operating system and realme UI 2.0 user interface in two colors Silver and black are available in India and are priced at Rs 14,999 and Rs 15,999 ($ ​​207 and $ 220) for the 4GB/128GB and 6GB/128GB versions, respectively. The most advanced member of this family with 8 GB of RAM is priced at Rs 16,999 ($ ​​234).

    Source: Realme

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