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Realt smartphone with tilt shift feature and 108 MB camera

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It is reported that the new smartphone being developed by Realmy will have a tilt shift feature and a 108 MP primary camera.

Details about the camera features of the Realmy 8 Pro smartphone were announced at the 2021 Realmy Camera Innovation Event. Accordingly, Samsung has announced the launch of its new RealM8 Pro smartphone with a 108MP HM221 / 1.52 primary camera lens. This sensor has various features like 9 in 1 pixel pinning, Isocell Plus and Smart ISO.

The new camera smartphone offers not only the primary camera but also three other sensors. The Realm 8 Pro camera has a super zoom feature with 3X mode. Realmy claims that it offers a very clear 12MP resolution for photos. Realmy said it would be better than usual when taking photos at 12MB.

Realmy will also be the first company to offer star-time-lapse video and tilt-shift time-lapse video on smartphones. Story Time-Labs videos are usually shot on professional cameras and edited by computer software.

But on the new smartphone, the video is captured using the Realmy Exclusive Time-Lapse video system. It takes 30 photos in 4 minutes and converts them into a story photo or a time-lapse video. The shift photography feature is a tilt-shift lens. With the tilt-shift system you can take tilt-shift photos and tilt-shift time-lapse videos 10 times faster.

The Realm 8 Series smartphones come in three masterpieces: Builders, Neon Portrait, Dynamic Bokeh Portrait and AI Color Portrait. The new Realm 8 Series smartphones will be launched in India this month or early next month.

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