Realme Mobiles has reported that he is working on a smartphone which will come with a 64-megapixel camera sensor. Reality Kceo Madhav Sheth shared a photo taken from the 64-megapixel Samsung GW1 sensor. He further said that the 64 Megapixel Realme smartphone will be first introduced in the Indian market. This phone will also be launched in the international market. But India is at the forefront of the list. It is worth noting that Realme recently launched Realme X and Realme X Lite in the Chinese market.
Apart from this, the company will be launching the Realme 5G smartphone in the second half of 2019.
Madhav Sheth shared a Landscape photo taken from the 64-megapixel Samsung GW1 sensor on Twitter. This sensor will come with a 1 /1.72-inch sensor and 1.6-micron pixel size. This sensor was launched last month. The 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor will take pictures of 16 megapixels with the help of Samsung’s Tetracel technology in low-light conditions. This sensor supports 100db real-time HDR. In addition to this, the device will be able to capture the slo-motion video of 1080p pixels.
There is no shortage of details in the picture shared by Madhav Sheth. He said that the camera is very strong and it will take great pictures even in low light. He also informed that the Realme phone with 64 Megapixel sensor will be first launched in India. It is clear from the watermarks used in the photo that this phone will come with four rear cameras.
At the moment, there is no other information available about this phone. But it can be the world’s first phone to come with 64-megapixel sensor. Even though Realme has first introduced Realme X and Realme X Lite into the Chinese market. But the Indian market still remains a priority for the company. The expectation of launching X series in India before the second half of 2019 is very low. The company has targeted to achieve 12-15% stake in the Indian market until December 2019. According to the company, its share in the smartphone market was 7.25 percent in January-March 2019.
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