Realme teases smartphone with 64MP quad camera, to launch in Q4 2019

Ruben Fields
June 26, 2019

(Image of Realme X for representation)Working on the new premium killer!

Interestingly, Realme is also using the same GW1 sensor from Samsung, which cannot only capture 1080p slow-motion videos but also capture pics using Super PD PDAF technology, which makes it breathtaking. Interestingly, Sheth also seems convinced that this will be the world's first 64MP camera phone which likely means that the launch is very close. Since Samsung has created the only 64MP sensor we know about so far, we expect other companies to use Samsung's tech, but that's not necessarily guaranteed.

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Realme is going to launch its next smartphone with a quad camera setup, featuring a 64MP primary sensor. The large 1/1.72-inch sensor is surrounded by yellow rings.

"For the main shooter, the new premium smartphone will utilise Samsung's 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 module that has a large 1/1.72" sensor size with a pixel size of 0.8-micron. So, are you excited for this upcoming Realme phone with a 64MP camera? Given the new sensor's size, it is capable of capturing more light than its predecessor Samsung GM1 and rival Sony IMX586. 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. It will be backed by AI features, and the phone will launch in China in the second half of this year. Not only this, but as you can see from the watermark it will be only one of four snappers at the back. Whatever the device may be called, the company will be launching it first in India before anywhere else.

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