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Realme to Roll out Its mysterious 64MP Smartphone in India

Realme to Roll out Its mysterious 64MP Smartphone in India

Shenzen-based smartphone makers, Realme, intend to launch the world’s first ever 64MP smartphone in India, India Today reported.

Madhav Sheth, CEO of the Indian branch shared some of the phone’s images via Twitter; where it was learned that the model will also be Realme's first phone to feature a quad camera setup.

The new 64MP smartphone will be equipped with Samsung's new 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor. The sensor which is similar to other smartphone sensors will also use 4-in-1 pixel merging technology. The technology merges four 0.8 micron pixels into a single 1.6-micron pixel, allowing the camera to produce great images - 16MP in low lighting conditions. Apart from that the technology also allows users to shoot RAW 64MP images in the day time.

Mr.Sheth has also mentioned in his Tweet that the new model will be rolled out in the Indian market first before unveiling to other markets across the globe. It is learned from the sources that, this is the first time that the company has made anything of this kind, but the firm is describing the phone as a camera powerhouse.

The company had intentions to roll out Realme X to the Indian market; it is quite possible that the new high camera pixel smartphone is another version of Realme X. The model could be a completely new smartphone that Realme intends to compete with other players such as Xiaomi.

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