Realme GT 2 Pro Camera Details Revealed Ahead of Launch

Here's your first look at the Realme GT 2 Pro

The launch of the Realme GT 2 Series (set for January 4) is only a few days away and before the phones are officially unveiled, the company is giving us little details about them. The latest information confirms some camera details of the Realme GT 2 Pro.

Realme GT 2 Pro Camera Details Confirmed

Really, through the Weibo Message, has revealed that the GT 2 Pro will come with three rear cameras. There will be a 50MP main camera with a Sony IMX766 sensor. This is the same sensor as on the recently launched Xiaomi 12. The main camera supports OIS. The phone is expected to have a 50MP ultra-wide camera that comes with a field of view of 150 degrees. As previously revealed, it will be the the world’s first smartphone with this lens.

realme gt 2 pro confirmed camera details on weibo
Image: Weibo

The third camera is expected to have 2 MP and be a microscope lens for really close-up photos. It has also been revealed that the phone will come with a Fisheye mode for ultra-long depth of field effect.

In another Weibo post, the company reveals that the phone comes with the GT mode 3.0 for enhanced performance, animation, sound effects and much more.

This comes after Realme recently unveiled the design from the phone. The Realme GT 2 Pro gets the usual rectangular camera bump on the back with an arrangement of two large camera bodies and a small one. The cameras will be set up in the same way as those on the iPhone 13 Pro Phones. The back panel will be made of bio polymer, which will also be a world first. There will be a perforated screen in advance.

As for the specs, it’s confirmed to get the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, up to 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage, an OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and more. We can expect it to be priced below Rs 60,000. The Realme GT 2 is also expected, but not much is known about it.

Since there are only a few days left before the launch of the Realme GT 2 series, it makes sense to wait until the event to get a better idea. Stay tuned for more information.

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