Published: Wed, June 26, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Realme releasing a 64MP AI Quad Camera smartphone soon?

Realme releasing a 64MP AI Quad Camera smartphone soon?

Working on the new premium killer! It will be the first Realme phone to feature four rear-mounted camera sensors.

Realme has captured a major part of the market of budget and mid-range smartphones like the Realme 3 Pro, also biting into Xiaomi's user base.

The teased Realme smartphone will be equipped with a Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor.

When it comes to smartphone cameras, there are a few factors which make a phone "the best", but one of the main points of comparison is the main sensor's megapixel count - and it seems Chinese smartphone company Realme might be about to blow the competition out of the water.

Samsung's sensor is known as the 64MP ISCOCELL Bright GW1, and in a separate tweet Sheth said the image was taking using a "smartphone camera with 64MP GW1".

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Sheth's tweet has not revealed the name of the 64-megapixel camera phone. IceUniverse also noted that the image sensor is being developed, as well as manufactured by Samsung. The images taken with Realme smartphone (believing they're not doctored for the sake of marketing) have higher clarity, even when zoomed in, and compared to the ones clicked the 48MP camera on the Redmi device. Since that's a six-months-long window, we'd dare not assume when to actually expect its released.

Realme CEO Madhav Sheth shared on Twitter two images of a city photographed from across a bay, which you can see below.

There have been rumours floating around, hinting the possibility that smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung and Xiaomi could have their smartphones fitted with a 64MP image sensor.

And the most interesting aspect: This will be available in India, and in fact, will be launched in India first, before anyone else.

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