Realme 8 series will be official in Brazil after March 2

Realme entered the Brazilian smartphone market at the end of last year with the Realme 7 Pro. The handset is sold by local partners who import and sell the smartphone. Realme did not make much noise to announce his arrival in Brazil. We can consider that the company is testing itself in a country that has one of the highest import rates in the world. Despite the slow start, Realme is set to launch some of its most anticipated smartphones in Brazil – the Realme 8 series.

Today, Friday (26), Realme Brazil shared an invitation through their Instagram account inviting users to the company’s next big event on March 2. If you’ve been following Realme’s recent teasers, you already know that the Realme 8 series will ship with the company’s brand new 108MP camera setup. We’re assuming Realme will use Samsung’s HM1 sensor, just like the Redmi Note 10 series.

The 108MP camera sensor inside a Realme 8 smartphone has been confirmed by Madhav Sheth, Vice President and CEO of Realme India and Europe. The confirmation came just hours after Realme was invited to their next camera innovation event. Now Realme Brazil is asking local fans to stay tuned for the same event which will take place on March 2nd. At this event, Realme will present its 108MP solution alongside other new features. Unfortunately, we have no idea what “other exciting things” revealed at the event. The Relame 8 series can clearly be expected to debut shortly after this event.

Realme 8 Pro is probably the one with a 108 MP shooter

We expect the 108MP camera to come alongside the other three sensors. Maybe one for ultra-wide shots, another for macro and finally a sensor for depth. This has been a standard for mid-range phones. Of course, it would be amazing to see the return of a telephoto lens in the Realme numbered series.

So far we have paired this 108MP camera with the Realme 8 Pro. However, nothing is confirmed at this time. The Pro variant is also said to sport, for the first time, 5G connectivity. If so, then the eventual launch of Realme 8 Pro in Brazil is even more intriguing. After all, the country still does not have operational 5G networks. The development of such networks is still on paper. Regardless, nothing is confirmed apart from the 108MP camera. The devices can even end up as 4G smartphones.

We expect more news in the coming days. The Realme 8 series may have a simultaneous launch in India and global markets.