We know so little about the Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro, which will debut in India August 20. Until recently, that is.
Expand your perspective and see it all with the Ultra Wide Angle lens on #realme5series.— realme (@realmemobiles) August 14, 2019
Get ready to #JoinTheReal5quad and watch the launch live at 12:30 PM, 20th August. #LeapToQuadCamera
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Glossy-gradient back, screen with waterdrop notch, thin bezels, and slightly thick chin
Not only have we learned of their design (see above) and key specs, but we’ve also known that one of them — the non-Pro model — will be priced under ₹10,000 (around P7,367 or $140). This will make the Realme 5 the first quad-camera smartphone in that segment in the Southern Asian country.
Some achievements on our technology journey— Madhav '5'Quad (@MadhavSheth1) August 15, 2019
A. 1st to bring 48MP Quad camera smartphone in India
B. World’s 1st Quad camera smartphone under 10k 1st in India
C. Powerful Qualcomm chipset 1st time ever launching in India
All on 20th Aug #ProudIndian#HappyIndependenceDay pic.twitter.com/r9xDQt7PwM
Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth’s tweet
Realme 5 Pro
The higher-specced phone in the series boasts a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586. The sensor is paired with an ultra-wide-angle lens with a 119-degree field of view; a super macro lens with a 4cm focal length; and portrait lens.
Capture pictures with immense clarity and sharpness with 48MP Sony IMX586 on #realme5pro! #JoinTheReal5quad and witness the launch at 12:30 PM, 20th August. #QuadCameraSpeedster— realme (@realmemobiles) August 13, 2019
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The Realme 5 Pro gets a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor
It is powered by a still-undisclosed Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and has a battery that supports 20-watt VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 fast-charging technology, allowing you to get 55% of juice in just 30 minutes.
In the Philippines, its predecessor — the Realme 3 Pro — was initially sold for P12,990 ($246) for the 4GB/64GB variant and P14,990 ($284) for the unit with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The cheaper of the two features four rear cameras as well, with the main one a 48-megapixel sensor, too — just not a Sony IMX586. However, the primary lens does have an f/1.8 aperture and a 1.25um pixel size, which, in theory, should be great for taking low-light pictures.
The former OPPO sub-brand has confirmed that the non-Pro model has a Snapdragon chip inside also, but has stopped short of saying what it is. However, a listing on cross-platform processor benchmark Geekbench already revealed yesterday an RMX1911 smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 and 4GB of RAM.
The Realme 5 is also verified to carry a 5,000mAh battery, the company’s biggest yet.
Introducing the #QuadCameraPowerhouse.— realme (@realmemobiles) August 15, 2019
With #realme5 remarkable 5000mAh battery, unleash your endless creativity in capturing the world around you! Watch the launch live at 12:30 PM, 20th August. #JoinTheReal5quad
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5,000mAh battery? Check
In the Philippines, the 3GB/32GB, 3GB/64GB, and 4GB/64GB variants of its predecessor — the Realme 3, obviously — were priced at P6,990 ($133), P7,990 ($152), and P9,990 ($190), respectively, at launch.
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