Realme 12 Pro will join its Pro+ sibling in having a Sony camera sensor, revealed the brand. The non-Plus variant will have an IMX882 sensor, while its sibling was already confirmed to pack an IMX890 earlier this week. The phone is also listed on the company website with a Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset.
The camera sensor is not yet official, and Realme 12 Pro will likely be the first phone with it. However, insiders suggest this a rebranded version of the LYT-600, seen in the Oppo Reno11 5G and the vivo S18e.
The main camera should be to be 50 MP and will “revolutionize” the photography experience, according to a post on X. The Realme 12 Pro was pictured in the Cream Gold version, and we can see from the renders that it will not have a periscope lens; it will have three cameras, aligned misleadingly in a square formation with an empty circle.
The 12 Pro will have 20X zoom (which is different than the overhyped 120X on the Pro+), and we expect this to mean we’ll see a 2x telephoto lens with 10x digital zoom. The final details will be known on January 29 at noon IST, when the phones will be announced.
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