Realme is ready to take a new step in the battle of the megapixel, following Redmi’s path and launching a smartphone with 4 rear cameras and a 64-megapixel sensor.
To make all this possible, the new ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor from Samsung, with 1 / 1.7 aperture and pixels from the size of 0.8μm. Thanks also to the support for 4-in-1 pixel binning technology, the new Realme should guarantee greater detail, less noise and higher quality even in low light conditions.
Realme talked about this new smartphone at an event in New Delhi, putting even more on the plate: two more smartphones will come with 4 rear cameras (although without the 64 megapixel sensor), and it will be the new Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro.
Realme did not explain what the configuration of the 4 sensors will be (it will probably not miss the possibility of taking wide-angle shots, with telephoto and macro), while the availability of this still mysterious device with 64 megapixels will arrive in India at the end of October.
Redmi, meanwhile, is already working to use the latest sensor developed by Samsung.