Realme is about to launch another smartphone in Brazil. The Realme 11 Pro + received certification from Anatel and its sale in Brazil is authorized. The cell phone is the first from the Chinese manufacturer to be equipped with a 200 MP camera.
In the certification request, it is informed that the smartphone will be sold with a charger in the box. The battery, with a capacity of 5,000 mAh, supports charging up to 100 W, using SuperVOOC technology from BBK Electronics, owner of Realme and Oppo.
When it communicated the launch of the Realme 11 Pro +, on the same day as the Google I/O 2023, the company confirmed plans to bring the device to Brazil. The cell phone will be manufactured in China.
The Realme 11 Pro + is a premium smartphone from Realme, but it has mid-range specs – a popular segment for Chinese manufacturers. The cell phone uses a MediaTek 7050 processor (manufactured in 6 nm), has support for 5G connection and NFC — a good feature for a cell phone that should arrive with a price close to the Galaxy A.
The strong point of Realme 11 Pro + is its triple set of cameras. The smartphone is the first from the manufacturer to use a 200 MP sensor (Samsung Isocell HP3), launched in June 2022, measuring 1/1.14 inches and f/1.69 aperture. Realme also announced that this is the first “200MP SuperZoom” camera. In other words, it has 4x zoom.
Accompanying the 200 MP sensor are an 8 MP ultrawide lens and a 2 MP macro lens (which shouldn’t deliver decent quality). On the front camera, there is a 32 MP sensor.
The Realme 11 Pro + was launched in China with the following storage options: 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB – all with 12 GB of RAM. In Brazil, the manufacturer can reduce the options. So don’t expect three storage configurations when the smartphone arrives here.