Moving on to the realme 8 Pro, this instead comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset, a familiar 128GB internal storage, and a 4500mAh battery with 50W charging. At the back, it has a 108MP main camera, but the other three cameras are similar to the base model. Ditto the front-facing camera in a punch hole cutout on the top left corner.
By now, you’ll probably notice that both the realme 8 and 8 Pro use an older chipset than the previous realme 7 5G. It’s definitely a little jarring to see. Improvements are seen instead in the display touch sampling rate, and the pixel count of the primary rear camera.
At any rate, the realme 8 has three RAM options. They are 4GB, 6GB and 8GB, for prices of INR14999 (~RM855), INR15999 (~RM912) and INR16999 (~RM969). As for the Pro model, there are only two RAM configurations of 6GB and 8GB. The prices accompanying them are INR17999 (~RM1026) and INR19999 (~RM1140). They will be available today in India, but it remains to be seen when they will be making their way to our shores.