Realme is preparing to launch a Realme 8 Pro phone, which includes a 108 mega-pixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, which is used for the first time in this version, and Realme reviewed the details of the features of the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor before officially launching the Realme 8 Pro phone.
Realme revealed during the “Camera Innovation Event” event that was held today about the details of the Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, which applies with the technology of integrating 9 pixels into one pixel in a larger size, which supports optical zoom in the most accurate details up to 3 times.
The Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor has a size of 1 / 1.52, a pixel size of 0.7 μm, it also comes with Super-PD autofocus technology, and supports shooting still images with a resolution of 12000 by 9000 pixels, and recording video in 4K resolution at 120 frames per second.
Realme has added some improvements to the ISOCELL HM2 sensor to support the camera of its upcoming Realme 8 Pro phone, as the sensor supports optical zoom up to 3 times without decreasing the display efficiency and image clarity and also with more accurate details and rich colors by taking 12 mega-pixel photos and then Set the portion that has been magnified.
The sensor is scheduled to capture 8 consecutive frames with a resolution of 12 mega pixels, and then the shots are processed through an algorithm to support improving the efficiency and clarity of images, as Realme confirms that this technology is superior to some cameras dedicated to zoom.
The ISOCELL HM2 sensor also comes for the first time with a feature to support astrophotography that allows video recording of the stars at a time interval, as this mode of photography is often based on professional cameras working to record multiple video clips, and then the videos are edited with special programs on computers.
While Realme technology carries out the same process through a dedicated algorithm that records video at a time interval, by capturing up to 30 images within 480 seconds or 8 minutes, or with an interval of 1 second.
On the other hand, Realme added improvements to the ISOCELL HM2 sensor when recording Tilt-shift time-lapse videos, through an algorithm that records video and captures tiltable images, as the algorithm changes the focus in the image from some parts.
In this mode, the user can specify the angle of tilt, and the size of the bokeh directly via the camera settings, with support for the user with the transition effects between areas of the image clear and the other blurred, and it is planned that the phone Realme 8 Pro is the first version that supports recording videos that can be tilted.
In Realme 8 Pro, users will also have a number of new filters for selfie photography, which include Neon Portrait, Dynamic Bokeh Portrait, and AI Color Portrait.
Recall that a teaser for Realme 8 Pro revealed phone support for quad settings in the rear camera, as the Dare to Leap trademark appears on the back of the phone design.