Realme to Introduce 64MP Camera Technology on August 08
Realme entered into the Indian market as a common smartphone company but gained a lot of attraction and appraisals from the consumers across the country. Now, Realme is testing the 64MP camera technology for the smartphones and it will be launching on August 08 at a brand event “Realme Camera Innovation Event,” which will be hosted in New Delhi.
The company took over Twitter with the hashtag #LeadtoQuadCamera on August 02. The company tested the new imaging solution consisting of four camera sensors at the back. Currently, the company is not being expected to launch the final product on the event but the country might witness a prototype device on the event.
The device will feature Samsung’s Bright GW1 64-megapixel sensor with a 1/1.72-inch sensor to capture excellent photos in all lighting conditions. The gadget will be able to capture 16MP images in low-light conditions and 64MP in brighter light. It will sport pixel-merging Tetracell technology and the remosaic algorithm.
The bright GW1 sensor in the Realme’s 64MP camera tech is capable of capturing full HD videos at 480 frames per second while offering ultra-fast autofocusing of the subject. The company has ensured that the technology will completely change the meaning of smartphone camera as now every person will be able to click professionals pictures anytime and anywhere.
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