Realme 8 and 8 Pro are now about to become reality. The two devices are attracting the attention of fans of the brand which, in recent weeks, has been very busy in launching new devices. First of all, we remember it, the Realme GT, made official in China for just over two weeks and who got a huge success in initial sales. In the last few hours, some official posts have leaked that give the models of the new line-up as the first smartphones with Realme UI 2.0. But is it really so? Here's how things stand.
Realme 8 and 8 Pro coming March 24, 2021
It is now official. For a few days now, the Chinese have announced the date on which Realme 8 and 8 Pro will be launched. We are talking about March 24, 2021. A little less than a week, therefore, separates us from the event which, according to what has been established, will be held at 15:00 and will be broadcast on Youtube and Facebook via streaming. All fans will be able to participate by following the channels of the brand.
One of the most interesting news that the two mid-range should bring with them concerns the rear camera or, better, the main sensor. In fact, it will pass from the 64 MP of the Sony sensor to the 108 MP of the new Samsung HM2 sensor. A big leap in quality that has greatly increased the expectations of all fans on the potential of these new smartphones. Several rumors, however, have come in the last few hours via social media. What is it about?
Realme UI 2.0 pre-installed, 50W charging and Starry Mode Time-lapse
Talking about the new Realme 8 and 8 Pro on Twitter is Madhav Sheth, the CEO of the divisions of India and Europe. According to what has been posted, the new devices would be the first to run the Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 right out of the box. But how is this possible? We know, in fact, that the GT 5G (of which we have mentioned) uses this version of the software. However, since Sheth is the CEO in India and Europe, he is not concerned with China (the market in which the GT was launched). His statements about him, therefore, will concern the areas he deals with.
In addition to the new photo sensor, the Realme 8 and 8 Pro will have the Starry Mode which for the first time will allow the registration of time-lapse video to the celestial vault (never used in the mobile sector until now). Another interesting detail concerns the Pro variant which, based on what has been tweeted, will support the SuperDart charging with a power of 50W. A super fast recharge that will be able to recharge the battery from 0 to 100% in just 47 minutes.