Also, the Realme smartphone with the new 64-megapixel sensor could come out as Realme X Pro, which will be the successor to the original Realme X. While showcasing their 64-megapixel camera tech in New Delhi last week, the company had also revealed that it will unveil two new quad camera smartphones.
Based on the Flipkart teaser page, Realme 5 will have a lens with a large aperture and pixel size, which is the primary camera. However, there are also two other phones in the making by Realme which have been doing rounds of the internet and these are the Realme 5 and the Realme 5 Pro.
The e-commerce website Flipkart has revealed that the Realme 5-series phone is launching in India on August 20 and its sale will begin at 12.30 pm on the same day at its website. Now today, online marketplace Flipkart has teased that the Realme 5 series smartphones will be launched in India on 20th August.
"Three Realme series devices - Realme series, Realme Pro series, and Realme X series - will come with the quad-camera setup", he had said.
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The notable thing is that this would be the first launch from Realme which would come with a quad-camera setup. Samsung and Xiaomi will also use the same sensor that is mentioned above in their 64 MP camera phone.
There aren't many days left before the launch and from what we saw, we know that the Realme 5 has a waterdrop notch display and rear cameras aligned in the top left corner at the back.
The Realme 5 is expected to launch with Samsung's 64MP camera sensor. Recently, the company has also launched the Realme X Master Edition, Onion and Garlic Variants, designed by Naoto Fukasawa in India for Rs 19,999.
According to the company, the upcoming primary image sensors on Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro will be able to capture some breathtaking low-light pictures. The third one is a macro lens with 4cm focal length. Both the Realme 5 smartphones will be priced competitively at under 15,000 rupees.