Realme 8 Pro Call performance is also good – which is overall no problem. Clear call quality can be enjoyed. The voice can also be heard well. I also had a chance to test it with the built -in GPS function for Google Maps. It is seen to be able to work well and can be said to be almost accurate in terms of the direction displayed. In the meantime, the location can also be tracked quickly once the application is opened.
One new thing to know here, the Realme 8 Pro uses a 108-Megapixel main sensor with Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor support. Guess, this is just the most noticeable improvement. Other sensors are still the same as a number of their previous smart gadget. It is followed by 8-Megapixel (ultra-wide) + 2-Megapixel (macro) + 2-Megapixel for monochrome purposes.
The main camera is able to work well. We think it can give satisfaction to the user himself when the capture for the picture is made. In terms of performance, the resulting image looks good with satisfactory sharpness. Not only that, the sharpness of there image is also seen Successfully well preserved and the coloring on it is also almost accurate when taken in bright situations.
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Being custom to Realme devices, each of them will come with a special mode called “Chroma Boost”. By activating it, it will further increase the contrast in the picture and make the color more accurate. However, I don’t like to use it because the picture results are not neutral.
The camera on the Realme 8 Pro can also be zoomed up to 20X. But, the zoom result that feels good is only up to 3X zoom only. On the other hand, it is not recommended at all because the image will then become broken. Later, it will look blurry and even worse the details on it also start to disappear.