Realme has now confirmed that the 64-megapixel camera phone will launch in India first on August 8 and then make it official in China on 15 August.
We know that Realme is working on a flagship camera phone, which has been teased to be the first to launch with a 64-megapixel sensor. Well, the wait looks set to be over soon, as the company has announced it will showcase the 64-megapixel quad camera smartphone tech next week in India. The showcase will take place on August 8, in New Delhi. The company is calling it a “camera innovation” event. The 64-megapixel smartphone will be the first quad camera smartphone from the company. In fact, it’s the first phone from Realme to go beyond a dual rear camera setup. We also already know India will be the first market to receive the Realme 64-megapixel camera smartphone.
The upcoming Realme phone is expected to integrate the Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor that was earlier this year. If Realme does use the Samsung sensor, the upcoming phone will be able to produce a 16-megapixel output in low-light conditions by merging four pixels into one using its Tetracell technology. The camera sensor can also descramble its colour filter to deliver full-size 64-megapixel shots. It brings support for real-time HDR of up to 100-decibels, and a remosaic algorithm for well-lit environments which should help improve picture quality.