The China-based smartphone company has released four new devices into the Australian market, including the Realm XT, Australia’s first 64MP quad camera phone.
Australia’s first and only 64MP quad camera smartphone, it has the highest resolution sensor ever seen on a smartphone. It features an ultra-wide lens, a macro lens and a portrait lens, as well as a 16MP front camera, giving you more options to explore and create.
You reach wider angles than ever before, but also achieve better image quality with the super Chroma Boost. During a shot, the camera recognises scenes and surroundings to adapt brightness, finishing and colour.
The XT has a beautiful 3D glass hyberbola curve back design, making it visually stunning. It’s available in Pearl White and Pearl Blue.
The least expensive of the four models, the C2 provides users with a powerful and stylish smartphone with a diamond-cut design, a 6.1-inch HD+ Dewdrop display and a long-lasting battery.
Although without the 64MP camera, the dual rear cameras (13MP+2MP) still produce smooth and natural-looking photos and videos.
The C2 can be bought in Diamond Black and Diamond Blue
A model with even more battery life, 30 hours of music, 29 hours of video, 49 hours of talk time and 718 hours of screen-off stand-by (that’s nearly 30 days).
At 6.5 inches and paired with a HD+ display, gaming and video experiences are mesmeric. It does feature an 8MP 119-degree ultra-wide lens, 12MP primary lens, 2MP portrait lens, 2MP macro lens and a 13MP front camera.
Realme 5 Pro
Fixed with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory, the 5 Pro is guaranteed to give you quick performance. Impressively, just five minutes of charging can give you two hours of talk time thanks to VOOC Flash Charge 3.0.
Like the Realme 5, it also has an 8MP 119-degree ultra-wide lens, but where it stand out is with its huge 48MP Sony IMX856 primary lens, 2MP portrait lens, 2MP ultra macro lens and 16MP Sony IMX471 front camera.