Earlier this year, Realme launched Realme 3 and 3 Pro in India. Later, Realme 3 Pro was released again in China under the name Realme X Lite along with a non-defective Realme X screen and a sliding camera. Today, the CEO of Realme, Madhav Sheth, has just announced on Twitter that the brand is working on a new smartphone that will be the first in the world to have a 64MP camera.
Madhav has revealed that the 64MP camera will feature the ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor made by Samsung, which made its debut last month. The Samsung GW1 sensor is currently the largest camera sensor available for smartphones, with a sensor size of 1 / 1.72 inches.
Madhav has posted a sample image captured with the 64MP camera. The sample image has a watermark of ’64MP AI Quad Camera’, which reveals that the smartphone will have four rear cameras assisted by AI. Madhav also says that the 64MP camera can capture “clear and surprising shots in low light”
According to Madhav, India will be the first market to obtain this smartphone with a 64MP camera, which means that the smartphone will not only be limited to India but will also be launched in other countries. Unfortunately, Madhav did not reveal the exact launch date or even an approximate timeline.
There is also no more information about this next 64MP camera smartphone from Realme, apart from what Madhav Sheth has revealed in the tweet. In fact, we do not even know the name. Taking into account that Madhav has called it a “premium killer” smartphone, it is most likely a mid-range or high-end device. In addition, according to speculation, Samsung is also preparing to launch a Galaxy A model with a 64MP camera.
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