Published: Sat, August 10, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Xiaomi, Samsung to unveil smartphones with ultra-high resolution camera

Xiaomi, Samsung to unveil smartphones with ultra-high resolution camera

At its camera innovation press event in New Delhi on Thursday, the company revealed it will be launching quad-camera smartphones in Realme series, Realme Pro series, and Realme X series.

As for the identity of the 64MP sensor, Sheth confirmed that it will, indeed, be the 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 chip that Samsung announced earlier this year. Diwali is on October 27 so we expect Realme to launch three new smartphones in the next three months time.

Detailing the quad-camera setups in its upcoming smartphones, Realme announced that the quad-camera setups will include "Super Wide Angle" photography support, 2x telephoto lens, "Ultra Macro" photography support, and expert mode.

Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro, on the other hand, will feature a quad-camera setup with a lower resolution primary sensor.

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"I'm able to bring the world's first 64MP camera phone to India so that Indian consumers can enjoy the technology before anybody else in the world".

While the smartphone industry is yet to get over the 48MP camera hangover, now it's the 64MP getting ready to take on the market.

Realme will probably be the first company to bring in a commercial 64MP camera smartphone, but Redmi could also be the first. The smartphone comes armed with 2.2 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset and houses an in-display next-generation light-sensitive screen fingerprint sensor. Both Realme and Redmi would use the Samsung-made GW1 sensor, and Realme will probably be the first 64MP camera smartphone debut in the country. The Realme images show better colours, more details, better shadow and accurate description.

With Manu Jain sharing the news, we can assume that the 100MP Xiaomi smartphone will launch in India. It is still debatable to judge the camera's performance based on the sensor's megapixel count.

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