Realme is all set to unveil the Realme GT 5 Pro this month (November) in China. Today, the company held an event in China in collaboration with Qualcomm and ArcSoft to confirm the telephoto camera capabilities of the phone. After all, it is the first smartphone from the brand to feature a periscope telephoto camera.
Realme has already confirmed that the Realme GT 5 Pro features an OIS-enabled Sony LYT-808 50-megapixel primary camera, which will also be available on the OnePlus 12. Reports have revealed that it will be accompanied by an 8-megapixel IMX355 ultra-wide camera and a 50-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with 2.7x optical zoom.
Today, the brand confirmed that the Realme GT 5 Pro will be equipped with the Sony IMX890 periscope telephoto camera. With a sensor size of 1/1.56-inch, it is said to be the largest periscope telephoto camera in a smartphone. It will support 4-in-1 pixel binning and offer up to 120x digital zoom.
The company also announced that the Realme GT 5 Pro features cutting-edge imaging algorithms, including the groundbreaking telephoto super light and shadow engine developed in collaboration with ArcSoft. This engine introduces semantic perception, encompassing semantic pixel-level segmentation, bionic perception algorithms, and scene detection algorithms. In addition, the GT 5 Pro supports other photography features, such as RAW domain lossless calculation, AI noise reduction, image quality super-resolution algorithms, multi-dimensional matrix light and shadow mapping, RAW multi-frame HDR, Pro XDR, and various other advanced features.
Furthermore, the telephoto capabilities of the Realme GT 5 Pro include main-level DOL-HDR (Digital Overlap High Dynamic Range). Utilizing multi-frame optimization, the said feature achieves an unprecedented ultra-high dynamic range effect, marking the first instance of such technology in the industry.