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Upcoming Realme GT 5 Pro promises exceptional low-light telephoto shots

Realme is gradually teasing the arrival of the Realme GT 5 Pro flagship phone for the Chinese market. Today, it released two posters to talk about the battery and photography prowess of the device.

The fast-charging approach of the Realme GT 5 Pro has evolved. The 3C certification of the device revealed that it may arrive with support for 100W wired charging. So, instead of offering extremely fast charging, the company will focus on offering reasonably high-speed charging on the GT 5 Pro. To say it again, this year, manufacturers are not as obsessed with reaching the absolute maximum power levels as they once were.

Realme GT 5 Pro 240W charging
Realme GT 5 Pro to comprehensive battery life

The Weibo post that accompanies the above poster reveals that, after offering 240W charging on its smartphone, the company is now in pursuit of offering a comprehensive battery life experience on the GT 5 Pro. Instead of offering a 4,600mAh battery with 240W charging, the device is likely to pack a 5,400mAh battery with 100W wired and 50W wireless charging. Its competitor, the OnePlus 12, is also expected to pack the same-sized battery and offer the same charging capabilities.

REalme GT 5 Pro low-light telephoto shots
Realme GT 5 Pro low-light telephoto photography

The other poster released by the brand reveals that the Realme GT 5 Pro will offer an exceptional experience when it comes to telephoto photography. Reports have revealed that the device will be equipped with a Sony IMX890 telephoto camera with 2.7x optical zoom support. It is said to be accompanied by a Lytia LYT-T808 main camera with OIS and an 8-megapixel OmniVision OV08D10 ultra-wide camera.


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