Realme has announced its first quadruple-camera phone today in China. The Realme Q is basically the Realme 5 Pro that was launched a couple of weeks ago in India. Let’s see what the device is all about.
Realme Q Display & Hardware
The new Realme Q is the successor to the Realme 3 Pro launched earlier this year in April. In less than six months we have already got the successor. Talking about the colors, this new phone will retail in two colors, including Crystal Green and Crystal Blue.
Sporting a 6.-inch display with a resolution of FHD+ (2340 x 1080), it offers a 450 nits brightness. The display comes with corning gorilla glass 3+ support and has a screen to body ratio of 90.8%. It weighs at 184 grams, and have a slim body at 8.9 mm thickness.
Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 AIE (Artificial Intelligence Engine) processor, it is accompanied by three different configurations of RAM and storage. The chipset clocks at 2.3 GHz and is a processed on 10nm process. The configurations include 4GB + 64GB, 6GB + 64GB, and 8GB + 128GB. Note that the storage is expandable on all the variants.
Realme Q Camera & Connectivity
Coming to the camera department, it packs a quadruple setup on the rear. Housing a 48MP primary sensor (Sony IMX586), it teases high-quality photography that can be seen on the Realme X as well. The quad-camera setup includes lenses offering normal, wide-angle, macro and portrait shots technology on one smartphone.
The primary lens is of f/1.8 aperture, the secondary lens is of 8MP and offers f/2.25 aperture size. It’s a wide-angle lens offering 119-degree FOV (Field of View). There is a macro lens of 2MP resolution offering f/2.4 aperture and 4cm focus distance. The fourth lens is of 2MP resolution, and it also offers an f/2.4 aperture, but it is specially made for portrait shots.
On the front, you’d see a selfie camera with 16MP resolution. It comes with 4 in 1 Pixel technology, f/2.0 aperture, HDR and AI Beautification support. As far as stabilization is concerned, it offers EIS, electronics image stabilization. The device would be running on ColorOS 6.0 based on Android Pie.
Talking about the biometric security, it comes with a fingerprint sensor on the rear and doesn’t promote the in-display fingerprint sensor. At the price point, it is offered, we believe it wouldn’t be able to provide such tech. The battery capacity of the phone is at 4035mAh and supports VOOC 3.0 fast charging with USB Type-C.
Realme Q Price in China
Realme Q is launched in China in three variants and would be available in two colors, including Crystal Green and Crystal Blue. The 4GB + 64GB model will retail for 998 yuan (~Rs. 10,000), 6GB + 64GB model will be sold for 1198 yuan (~Rs. 12,000), and 8GB + 128GB model will go for 1498 yuan (~Rs. 15,000). The product will go on sale starting 9th September in the country.