Launched in China last week, the Realme 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ will launch internationally in June. In addition to Europe and the USA, the Chinese are primarily focusing on India, Realme’s largest market. The info comes straight from Realme, who posted the first teaser for the series’ global debut. The campaign primarily advertises the Pro+’s 200 megapixel camera sensor, a Samsung ISOCELL HP3.
The 200 megapixel ISOCELL HP3 sensor supports lossless 2x/4x zoom directly in the sensor. According to Realme, this allows the chip to switch between different image modes in order to achieve the same number of real pixels in different focus segments. As a result, taking photos with the Realme 11 Pro+ is freer and the composition of the shot is independent of the distance. In plain language: The new top model of the 11 series once again does without a real telephoto lens. However, the HP3 can partially close the gap with its lossless digital zoom.
The 11 Pro series also comes with the Super Group Portrait and One Take recording modes. Also, Realme partnered with the Lonely Planet to create dedicated Lonely Planet filters for the Pro+ model. You can see some sample images from the Realme 11 Pro+’s 200 megapixel camera below.
In addition to the Pro and the Pro+, Realme also introduced the regular Realme 11 last week. However, there is no information yet on when it will be launched outside of China.
The Pro versions are basically similar smartphones. The main differences are in the cameras and charging speeds.