Even though rival Redmi has also showcased its 64MP camera technology already, Realme is confident that it will be the first brand to release a 64MP camera phone in the Indian market. The CEO has also said that the company is working with their R&D team to incorporate highly-requested features into the new OS. Apart from this, they are launching two more devices, Realme Pro and Realme X series.
While the company did not provide any specifics related to the upcoming quad camera modules, it presented several photographs apparently captured through a new camera set-up that hint at what to expect from the upcoming smartphones.
According to the company, the "full-function quad-camera system" will have features like Ultra Resolution, Super Wide Angle, Ultra Macro, Ultra Nightscape, a Telephoto lens, Chroma Boost and standard features like portrait, panorama and expert modes. 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. It's going to be the first smartphone to come with 100MP camera technology. These will be launched in India before Diwali. India is Xioami's largest market outside home turf China. For the front, the phone has a16-megapixel pop-up selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. This helps the smartphone to create shots 1.6 micron individual pixel size.More news: Canadian Bianca Andreescu reaches Rogers Cup semifinals | AP sports
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The primary camera is a 64-megapixel shooter, and the Realme 64MP smartphone comes with a four camera setup.
While the future of smartphone imaging seems promising, especially for affordable and midrange phones, it is still debatable to judge camera performance based on its sensor's megapixel count. This will enable the sensor to capture more lively images. The camera can zoom in without much struggle or without losing details.