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Realme 5, Realme 5 Pro to launch on August 20th

Realme 5, Realme 5 Pro to launch on August 20th

The Realme 5 Pro may come with a better quad camera setup than the Realme 5.

After confirming the launch, the microsite features that the forthcoming Realme smartphone will accompany a primary sensor with an "enormous pixel size" and "huge aperture" lens.

The other details concerning the launch and specifications of Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro remain hidden.

The notable thing is that this would be the first launch from Realme which would come with a quad-camera setup. The company is yet to give details about the megapixel count on each of these sensors.

Realme X features 6.53-inch full HD+ (1080 x 2340 pixels) notch-less AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

At an earlier announcement, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth had said that the company plans to launch three quad-camera smartphones in India. However, Xiaomi would the first brand to launch a smartphone with this sensor. In that light, the teaser page reiterates recently revealed material.

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Realme Quad Camera Technology: What's In The Box?

Last week, Realme had recently teased it will be soon launching new Realme 5 series and Realme X series smartphones in the near future.

Meanwhile, the ultra-wide lens on the Realme 5 will come with a wide, 119-degree field of view, so you can capture up to 1.5x more of what you see. It also confirms that the company will be holding an unveil event on August 20 to announce the Realme 5 series.

Further, there will be a super-macro lens to click some great macro in-sight sbots, while the fourth depth sensor will help to add in accurate sharpness and offer clear portrait shots. Moreover, a source suggests that Realme 5 also has a Qualcomm chip and not a MediaTek one.

Realme 5 Pro India price will start somewhere around Rs 15,000, while Realme 5 India price may start at under Rs 10,000. The Realme 5 is expected to continue to the company's run and is likely to set new a benchmark in mid-tier smartphone photography.