The Realme 11 Pro and 11 Pro+ unveiled last week in China will launch internationally in June, including in India - Realme's biggest market. This revelation comes from Realme as it started teasing the Realme 11 Pro series' global debut, with the promo campaign revolving around the 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP3 sensor on the Realme 11 Pro+.
The 200MP ISOCELL HP3 supports in-sensor 2x/4x lossless zoom, which Realme says "allows the sensor switching among different image modes to achieve the same number of real pixels in different focal segments, so that the shooting composition is more free, independent of distance."
The Realme 11 Pro series will also come with Super Group Portrait and One Take, and Realme has partnered with Lonely Planet for Lonely Planet filters on the Pro+ model.
Realme sent us some 200MP pictures taken with the Realme 11 Pro+ that you can see below.
That said, the Pro variants are similar devices, with the most notable differences being the cameras and charging speeds. You can check the detailed specs comparison of Realme 11 Pro and Realme 11 Pro+ here.
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