Realme to blow market wide open with 64MP quad-camera smartphone

Realme will be the first manufacturer to fit this camera upgrade in a commercially available smartphone.

The Realme X was announced last month and the OPPO sub-brand has teased that it would bring a premium 5G smartphone for Europe and China. Earlier on in June, a Realme packaging had surfaced and as of yet, it is unknown if it involves this smartphone. Realme has now once again teased a smartphone and this time around they share a little more details on the subject such as a quad-camera setup with the primary sensor being a 64MP shooter.

As per a post on Weibo, from the brand’s official account, we see the rear of the device with the main sensor showing off it's 64MP branding. This sensor is based on Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor with dimensions of 1/1.72-inches and a pixel size of 0.8 μm.

This technology is something similar which brands use as it too will rely on pixel binning to output images shot at 16MP. With this sensor, you should be able to get great shots even in low-light situations. Realme hasn’t detailed the configurations of the other three sensors as the 64MP is the major highlight here.

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