Realme switches to Quad-cameras and offers a 64 megapixel sensor
Yesterday, Xiaomi made a presentation on the future of mobile cameras in smartphones. Promised mobile phones with 64 megapixels and 108 megapixels sensors. A day later, Realme also held a similar press event in India.
No new mobile phone was presented, and all the action was devoted to those "innovations" that will be carried by the future devices of the company.
So, it was stated that the manufacturer is switching to installing the main cameras with four sensors in their smartphones. Quadcameras will receive devices from the Realme, Pro and X series.
We already know about the first two – Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro. And yesterday we published information about them, which we managed to get the Indian resource 91Mobiles.
We will see the first device or devices with a Quad-camera on August 15 and it is very likely that these will be the "five" Realme.
His smartphone with a 64 megapixel camera based on the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor will also appear in the model range of the company. The device itself was promised to be shown before the end of the year, but it was not announced who won the sensor with a record resolution.
It is assumed that this is a Realme X Pro or Realme X2. And there will also be a system of four sensors in the main camera.
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