Realme Mobiles has confirmed that the 64-megapixel smartphone will be launched soon. The company's CEO Madhav Seth shared a photo in a tweet. This photo is taken from a 64-megapixel Samsung GW1 sensor. This photo is taken in the landscape mode. On the other hand, it has been claimed that the sensor will be launched in India first. Samsung has described the sensor as the industry's highest resolution sensor for mobile cameras.
If you talk about the Samsung GW1 sensor, it's 1/3. Comes with a 1.72-inch sensor and 1.6-micron pixels size. The sensor was launched last month. The sensor is capable of photographing low-light with a size of 16 micron pixels. It works on Samsung's Tetracell technology. This sensor supports real-time HDR of up to 100db. The sensor also captures 1080p slow-motion video. The new sensor will offer high-resolution images on mobile devices compared to any other sensor. The 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor is the highest resolution sensor in the company's 0.8m-pixel image sensor lineup. It works on pixel-merging tetracell technology to capture 16 megapixelimages of low-light. Also, 64 megapixels image can be taken in more light. It can be merged into 4 pixels one. According to the company, it will support high dynamic range of up to 100 decibels in real-time. You can go to Amazon to buy other Realme smartphones. Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1 are considered to be a better smartphone in the mid range. Both of these mid-range smartphones are loved by users.
For your information, the photo shared by Madhav Seth is very detailed. A clear image can be obtained from this sensor for low-light images. In a tweet, it confirmed that Realme's phone will be launched first in India with a 64-megapixel sensor. The watermark on the photo shows that the phone must have been equipped with a quad rear camera. However, no more details about the phone have been made available at this time. As per the information received, the smartphone is expected to be launched in the second quarter of this year.