After the OnePlus announced its partnership with Sony. Now, realme is also going to feature a New Sony-LYTIA Camera Sensor.
Realme GT 5 Pro Going to Feature a New Sony-LYTIA Camera Sensor
Realme GT 5 Pro could be released soon. Realme did not confirm the launch date of the new GT smartphone series, but the China tipster leaked the rear camera details. The Realme GT 5 Pro is going to come with a triple rear camera setup with Sony-LYTIA T808 Camera Sensor. BBK brand Oneplus has already a partnership with Sony to use the LYTIA-T808 image sensor with dual-layer transistor pixel technology for the OnePlus Open foldable phone.
The leaked camera details of the Realme GT 5 Pro on Weibo. As per a recent TENAA listing, the Realme GT 5 Pro smartphone will have a dual 50MP camera sensor and 8MP camera sensor, and the device also going to support a 32MP front selfie camera according to the listing. As per the tipster, the Rear camera unit can use a Sony LYTIA LYT808 primary sensor, OmniVision OV08D10 secondary sensor, and a Sony IMX890 telephoto sensor.
The BBK brand Oneplus has already a partnership with Sony to add a LYTIA dual-layer stacked sensor on the new Upcoming OnePlus 12. The OnePlus also packs the Sony LYTIA 808 camera sensor on the OnePlus Open main camera.
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Realme recently teased the upcoming new Realme GT Pro without confirming the launch date. It is expected the new GT Pro smartphone will run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Soc.
As per the previous leak, the Realme GT Pro smartphone going to feature a 6.78″ screen size with a 1264 ×2780 Pixels screen resolution. And featured an AMOLED display panel. According to the leak, the devices going to come in four storage variants of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage with three RAM options of 8GB, 12GB, and 16GB RAM. The battery smartphone is said to come with 5400mAH non-removable battery backup 100w wired charging and 50w wireless charging.