realme will soon be launching their newest line of mid-range smartphones in a few days. Interestingly, one of the newest smartphones in the lineup is the first mid-range smartphone to use a flagship-class Sony sensor.
Yes, this smartphone is the Realme 9 Pro +, which is the first mid-range smartphone to use Sony's flagship camera sensor, the IMX766. And not to forget, there is also an OIS feature as a complement.
As is known, the Sony IMX766 has a larger sensor size than the previous series, namely IMX689. With a larger sensor size, the incoming light intake becomes more and allows a higher megapixel count.
By using a larger sensor, the realme 9 Pro+ camera is able to produce low light photos that are brighter, sharper and provide detail in every smallest part of a photo.
Not only that, the realme 9 Pro+ is also supported by AI Noise Reduction Engine 3.0 technology which allows users to be able to take photos in low light conditions more clearly and with less noise.
Even though it was taken in low light conditions, it can be seen how the realme 9 Pro+ camera is able to maintain sharp and clean photo quality from noise.
It doesn't stop there, the colors produced by this smartphone camera also look natural and stand out more when compared to colors from other smartphone cameras in its class.
This AI technology support confirms that the realme 9 Pro + is able to collaborate hardware and software so perfectly that shocks can be suppressed by the OIS hardware and the ability of the Sony IMX766 sensor which is capable of absorbing light so that it can produce amazing details even in dark conditions.
In addition, the realme 9 Pro+ is also the first smartphone with hardware OIS support in the mid-range class. This OIS feature also makes it easier for users to take long exposure photos more easily and is shockproof. That way, they can also be more flexible in creating the best photo content at night.