While Xiaomi and Redmi are at work on a 64MP camera phone, based on Samsung’s recent Bright GW1 sensor, it seems that Realme is ready to make the same move. It seems that it is ready to anticipate the competition and to be the first to bring this proposal to the market.
This is confirmed by none other than Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, who unveils the company’s cards and through a tweet announces some of the features of the next device. Sheth confirms that Realme is actively working on a smartphone with a quadruple rear camera, equipped with a 64-megapixel primary GW1 1/1.72″ sensor with 1.6-micron pixels (probably considering the Pixel Binning mode) able to make excellent shots even in low light conditions.
What you can see above is one of the first photos taken by the still unnamed device. In the image, it is possible to notice the watermark that highlights the presence of 4 rear cameras.
Difficult to express the quality of the shot, since the image shown has passed through the compression algorithms of the social media on which it has been shared (Twitter). In addition, the photo was taken in apparently optimal conditions that do not reveal any critical issues. All in all, it seems that the image has a high amount of detail, especially with regard to the foliage of the trees and the windows of the buildings, in fact, the image is resized and compressed – however, appear well defined and distinct.
But the ability to capture details does not seem to be missing, although it will be necessary to wait for a completely different kind of shots to judge the photographic quality of the next Realme smartphone. In any case, the company seems ready to compete in this field with a proposal that will be launched globally – starting with India – by the end of the year. There is no more precise information on the release date, so we will have to wait.