New Delhi, June 25: Realme has now teased the first look of its upcoming 64-megapixel camera phone, which will be equipped with a quad camera setup.
Realme is working on a phone which will integrate Samsung's 64-megapixel ISOCELL GW1 sensor, and is expected to launch in India first.
The smartphone is seen to feature a quad camera setup at the back with the 64-megapixel GW1 sensor right on top. The large 1/1.72-inch sensor is surrounded by yellow rings while the flash is placed right next to the camera sensors.
So whats the specialty of a 64-megapixel sensor? It will allow users to shoot ultra-high pixel images with a resolution of 6912x9216 pixels. Not only this but the sensor will also be backed by AI features.
This particular sensor would capture 16-megapixel images in low-light conditions by Samsung's Tetracell technology.
The sensor would also support up to 100db real-time HDR. Moreover, users can also capture 1080p slow-motion videos by this device along with Super PD PDAF technology.
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