The flagship version of Realme GT offers the same 3-module display on the back as the Realme GT. If the ultra-wide angle and macro sensor are exactly the same, the main unit benefits from a slight change. In fact, it has a slightly larger sensor, 1/2″ versus 1/1.73″ for the Realme GT.
Unit principle: 64 MP, f / 1.8, eq. 26 mm
64 megapixel mode
Day or night, switching to full definition does not provide a more satisfactory result than the default. Software processing does not provide a more detailed picture. On the contrary, smoothing is quite present – especially in low light.
16MP mode (default)
In the daytime, the GT Master’s treatment is more present than the GT. The shot is heavily saturated and offers less detail.
In low light, the Realme GT Master’s larger sensor allows the smartphone to present a slightly more detailed picture, with slightly better chromaticity.
Against the Pixel 4a, the GT master performs very well despite the strong emphasis on color as well as the quality of detail that is slightly behind it.
Even the night shot you shouldn’t be shy about from your Google smartphone. The Pixel 4a provides a better exposure image, but with digital noise. This is not the case in the image of the Realme GT Master, which compensates for its high sensitivity with a well-controlled software smoothing.
Ultra-large-angle unit: 8 MP, f / 2,3, eq. 16 mm
As for the ultra-wide angle module, you can find our Realme GT test:
Front unit, portrait and video position
On the front, the smartphone has a 32-megapixel unit that provides fairly high-quality selfies. However, you will have to pay attention to the various beauty devices that are present by default that can significantly modify your face. The portrait is convincing, but sometimes it gets bogged down in small details, like hair or body hair.
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