Realme’s 64MP quad camera smartphone technology will debut on August 8 in India.
Rewinding back to June, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth posted an image on Twitter, clicked using a 64MP GW1 sensor and also promised that the new 64MP quad-camera phone will debut in India first.
Working on the new premium killer! Introducing world’s first smartphone camera with 64MP GW1 largest 1/1.72” sensor and mega 1.6µm pixel with amazing clear shots in low light too. RT if you want to see more “knockout” shots. #DareToLeap pic.twitter.com/D54xNFdaVm
— Madhav ‘5’Quad (@MadhavSheth1) June 24, 2019
Realme’s recent tweet suggests that the day has arrived. The smartphone maker has announced a “Camera Innovation Event” on August 8 in the Indian capital New Delhi where it will reveal more about its 64MP quad-camera technology.
Realme recently launched phones with dual cameras on the rear – Realme 3 series and Realme X, in which one of the sensors is a depth sensor. Realme has not yet introduced a triple camera phone in the market but from what it looks like, the Chinese company is ready to leap forward and launch a quad-camera device. We think the company might add in telephoto and ultra-wide-angle module to accompany the 64MP main sensor. The fourth module will probably be a depth sensor unit.
Also read – Realme X review: Flagship killer’s killer!
Apart from the date, Realme did not give any other details regarding their new camera technology.
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