Realme has recently unveiled the world’s fist 64MP photo taken from a smartphone. The company also confirms plans of releasing a flagship phone with a 64MP sensor and quad cameras.
Realme’s upcoming smartphone will use the new 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 mobile image sensor by Samsung. The new sensor was designed for high-end devices and comes with a size of 1/1.72-inches. It promises better color fidelity and light sensitivity compared to previous generations.
The new sensor will also use pixel-binning techniques using Samsung’s Tetracell technology and remosaic algorithms to produce brighter photos with more details. Tetracell improves image quality in both bright and dark lighting conditions. It also boosts HDR performance.
At this point, there’s no schedule yet as to when we’ll see the 64MP flagship smartphone. But Realme does confirm that it is in development. Aside from the new sensor, it will also come with a quad-camera setup and AI imaging support.