Realme 12+ 5G confirmed to be equipped with the Sony OIS sensor for the clearer portraits

Realme recently announced that it will launch the Realme 12+ 5G smartphone on 6th March 2024 in India. After this big announcement, the company began unveiling some of its features even just before the launch. Recently the Vice President at Realme @ChaseXu_ in an X post confirmed that Realme 12+ 5G will come with the Sony LYT600 main sensor for clearer portraits. We expect it to be complemented by the 8MP and 2MP camera sensors on the rear side. And the front side of the smartphone can boast a 16MP selfie camera.

The Realme 12+ 5G smartphone will also be launched in Malaysia along with the Realme 12 Pro+ on 29th Feb 2024. On one side where India has already witnessed the launch of the Realme 12 Pro series other side the specs of Realme 12+ 5G still remain unknown. The company has received overwhelming responses from Indian buyers for its recent Realme 12 Pro series and it won’t be wrong if it expects the same from its recently launched handset.

The Realme 12+ 5G smartphone can be powered by Dimensity 7050 5G chipset paired with up to 16GB RAM and up to 1TB storage. It can feature a 6.67-inch wide AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. It is expected to be backed by a 5000 mAh battery that supports 67W fast charge.

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