For the first time in Bangladesh, the flagship phone realme 8 Pro is going to be launched through an exhibition with photos taken with a 108-megapixel camera.
realme 8 Pro and realme C21 are going to be launched in the Bangladeshi market at 12pm on April 3.
realme 8 Pro is one of the first smartphones in Bangladesh with a 108-megapixel camera. On the occasion of the launch, the photo exhibition displaying the snaps taken with 108 MP camera is going to be arranged for the fans, so that fans could see the photographs taken by 8 Pro and gather first-hand experience of using realme 8 Pro.
realme 8 Pro features 108MP Ultra Quad Camera with Samsung HM2 Sensor and 50W SuperDart Charger, which takes only 17 minutes to get 50% charged from 0 percent. realmebelieves in setting trends in technology. The realme 8 Pro boasts an 8.1mm slim light design and a stylish outlook.
realme 8 Pro is equipped with 108MP camera, the highest pixel in smartphone industry currently, which is the first realme smartphone being equipped with 108MP camera. While Smart-ISO technology available in 8 Pro can choose the best ISO setup automatically, the users can always take clear, bright, hierarchical and colorful photo, no matter whether it is dark or light.
Along with the 8 series realme will also launch another upgraded C Series handset - the realme C21. This is the first phone in the realme C series to be TÜV Rheinland High Reliability Certified. It boasts long battery life with 5000mAh massive battery that supports reverse charging. With the super power saving mode on, this phone can go for 47-day super long standby.
Powered by Helio G35 12nm Octa-core 64bits Processor, realme C21 features 13MP AI triple camera and instant fingerprint sensor.It has a primary camera that adopts 13MP image sensor with large area, with f/2.2 large aperture that secures enough light and makes your pictures clearer and brighter.
After securing position as one of the top four smartphone brands in the local market, realme is more invigorated to bring about significant changes in the lives of the youth and wants to contribute more to the local smartphone ecosystem by introducing new products and smartphones in the market.
Source: United News of Bangladesh