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Realme 12 series promises affordable premium photography

Gareth Clarke, Realme account lead.

Smartphone brand Realme is set to launch the Realme 12 series in the country sooner than you could say reel me in. Jokes aside, the smartphone maker will be introducing the Realme 12+ 5G smartphones which are aimed at young funky users.

Realme will most likely seed the Realme 12 series as a mid-range device with some competent photography and decent performance.

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Gareth Clarke, Realme account lead explained it in this manner. “Realme is committed to empowering South African youth to be more daring through leap-forward technology and design.”

“The combination of high-end features and accessible pricing in the new Realme 12 Series embodies our goal of delivering compelling value propositions for the midrange smartphone market.”

Users can expect a Realme 12+5G packed with Sony’s Optical Image Stabilization a 50 MP Sony Lyt 600 sensor to deliver competent stability alongside low noise images.

There’s a 2X in sensor zoon addition which ensures high-quality images from any distance.

The Realme 12+ 5G includes a 112° ultra-wide camera, micro camera, and a 16MP HD selfie camera.

Realme comes with a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 5G processor which features an 8-core 64-bit CPU that adds character to the 120Hz ultra smooth AMOLED display with a feature like rainwater smart touch.

Rainwater smart touch is a feature that distinguishes between unintentional water touches and actual finger input, according to Realme.

The device weighs 190g considering it houses a 5000 mAh of battery muscle.

This is matched up with Realme’s 67W SUPERVOOC charging which delivers a full charge in 48 minutes.

The Realme 12+ comes with 512GB storage and 12 GB of onboard RAM, along with the ability to expand the Dynamic RAM all the way up to 24GB of RAM.

It comes in colours Woodland Green and Twilight purple which complement a MediaTek Dimensity 6100 5G chipset.

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