By Jay / / Android News

Realme has officially revealed some important details about the cameras on its upcoming 13 Pro and 13 Pro+ smartphones. These devices will feature two 50MP Sony LYTIA sensors, one for the main camera and another for the zoom camera.

The main camera will debut a new 50MP LYT-701 sensor, although specific details about this sensor are currently limited. Realme has confirmed that the lens will include stabilization features for better image quality.

For zoom capabilities, the smartphones will utilize a 1/2″ LYT-600 sensor paired with a 3x zoom lens.

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Realme 13 Comes with HYPERIMAGE+ Engine with AI Capabilities

Realme has equipped the 13 Pro and 13 Pro+ with the HYPERIMAGE+ engine, boasting advanced AI capabilities designed to enhance image quality. According to Realme, this technology promises photography results comparable to those achieved with professional DSLR cameras.

The Realme 13 Pro+ will be powered by a Snapdragon 7s Gen 3 SoC, offering options of 8GB or 12GB of RAM, and a robust 5,050mAh battery. These features aim to deliver high performance and prolonged usage for users.

The Realme 13 Pro series is set to launch in India soon, promising exceptional image quality across various scenarios, including impressive low-light portrait photography. Stay tuned for more updates on the Realme 13 Pro and 13 Pro+ smartphones as they approach their official release date in India.

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