Realme has unveiled their 8-series and the 8 Pro features a camera with a massive 108MP resolution. This under-20k phone offers advanced features that are still alien on most other phones.
The Realme 8 Pro is quite light and thin at 176g and 8.1mm. Realme has used AG-crystal process for the polycarbonate back cover for a granular and fluorescent finish along with a bold glossy ‘Dare to Leap’ slogan that literally screams from the back surface. The device is available in Infinite Blue and Infinite Black colours and comes in two variants with 6GB or 8GB RAM and 128GB internal memory. The phone has three dedicated card slots accepting two Nano SIMs and one micro SD card up to 256GB. The 8 Pro uses Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11, a responsive and clean UI. The device includes features like Dual-mode music sharing, Realme share, Deepsea Privacy Plan and Payment shield.
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