The JerryRigEverything channel has already got us used to durability testing videos. Despite having a plastic structure, the Realme 8 Pro resisted the hands of Zach Nelson in the video released at the end of last month.

Now there is a new video about the terminal, with the so-called “teardown” (disassembly). As the title itself indicates, the big goal was to realize how big the smartphone’s main 108MP camera is after all.

The Realme 8 Pro is relatively easy to disassemble, thanks to the plastic rear. And it is noted that, although it is not certified for IP with water resistance, the protections involving the speakers or the microphone can make it survive an accident.

Realme 8 Pro has a 108MP sensor smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

The 2MP sensors are ridiculously small, and there is a huge difference to the 108MP main camera. The size of this is put to the test when placed alongside Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.

Although we are looking at two 108MP sensors developed by Samsung, the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s footprint is more expressive. And one of the reasons is that Realme 8 Pro does not have optical image stabilization.

This is a video for those curious to know the insides of a smartphone focused on the mid-range market with the main sensor of 108MP. It is recalled that Xiaomi also launched a device in the intermediate sector with this same characteristic, the Redmi Note 10 Pro.

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