The cancellation of the MWC 2020 in Barcelona brought not only discouragement to all technology lovers in general but above all to the fact that all the launch of the most anticipated devices of the various telephony brands were postponed with a date to be defined. Among these are also the Realme X50 Pro, which could see light in Europe in February 24 during a live streaming, but until then we have to settle for the rumors and leaks that in these weeks are becoming more and more consistent.
Here, then, arrive on the net, photos published directly by the Vice President of Realme, which highlight the potential of the Super Night Mode function of the camera software of the new top of the Chinese range. The results are quite slick.
Here is the rival of Xiaomi Mi 10: first sample photo shows the Realme X50 Pro Super Night Mode
The photographic sector will be one of the strengths of the new Realme X50 Pro, which apparently will have six optics supplied, including two dedicated to selfies and four in the rear, with 64 MP main sensor and 20X hybrid zoom. There are no details at the moment relating to the sensors used, but from what we can learn from the first shots taken with the Super Night Mode, we will have to deal with a photographic sector that lives up to the biggest names in the sector.
The sample images published by Xu Qi Chase, VP of Realme, highlight the ability to illuminate a night scene that would have been practically dark with the common rooms. The final result speaks for itself and you can admire it in the shots above. Perhaps the final rendering does not enjoy the best definition in terms of detail, but given the difficulty of the framed scene, I would say that Realme X50 Pro will give many rival brands a hard time, including Apple.