Realme To Showcase A Smartphone With 64MP Quad Camera On 8th August
In 2019, the 48MP primary sensor on smartphone cameras became a steady norm. Leading brands equipped their flagships with this sensor which was also soon followed by mid-range devices as well. Previously, reports had surfaced regarding a new 64MP sensor which would soon be equipped on the latest smartphones, Now, Realme is ready to debut its first smartphone with a 64MP quad-camera in India on 8th August.
Get ready to witness some of the world's first in smartphone camera technology at the #realme camera innovation event. Stay Tuned as we #LeapToQuadCamera and reveal the world's first 64MP Quad Camera technology on a smartphone. pic.twitter.com/iN6xde6Y7l— realme (@realmemobiles) August 2, 2019
Earlier in June, Realme had announced that it is planning on revealing a smartphone with 64MP in India. Now, the company has revealed that it will address the device on the 8th of August in a closed media briefing.
The company went on Twitter to share a post that shows a quad-camera setup on the rear with a 64MP primary sensor.
Working on the new premium killer! Introducing world's first smartphone camera with 64MP GW1 largest 1/1.72” sensor and mega 1.6µm pixel with amazing clear shots in low light too. RT if you want to see more “knockout” shots. #DareToLeap pic.twitter.com/D54xNFdaVm— Madhav X (@MadhavSheth1) June 24, 2019
Realme has launched dual camera smartphone in the past in which one of the cameras is a depth sensor. The company has yet to launch a triple camera handset and is making a skip straight to a quad camera. In the tweet, Realme mentions a “Leap to Quad Camera”, although, it is currently unclear how they will implement it. We will have to see if a quad-camera setup is really the next trend of the arriving year.
Unfortunately, it is unclear as to which sensors will be found in the upcoming Realme device. Furthermore, even the finer details regarding the smartphone is a mystery. It can be speculated that apart from the depth and primary 64MP sensor, a telephoto and ultra wide angle lens maybe employed. More information regarding the device will be available on the 8th August event, so stay tuned for updates.