Realme 5 upcoming 64-megapixel camera smartphone?

Realme 5

Realme 5

This camera will use Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor (S5KGW1), which has a pixel size of 1/1.72-inch and tetracell technology for clearer pictures in all light conditions. After pixel-peeping into the image, the photo taken on the Realme 5 is much detailed compared to the one taken from the Redmi K20 Pro.

Realme is going to launch a new smartphone in India on 8 August, although everything else about it is shrouded in mystery, it is expected that the phone will have 64-megapixel quad camera and it is speculated that it will be called Realme 5.

The Realme 5 will have the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor and it appears it will be the first phone to do so, even before the Redmi flagship.

The event will probably discuss the 64MP sensor technology along with how it'll work on an upcoming Redmi smartphone and so on. Btw we don't believe in hype so this device will be the most practical choice at its price and it will be launched very soon. Meanwhile, Realme India will be holding an event to showcase its own 64MP sensor and we could see a prototype on the stage in Delhi tomorrow.

Last week, Realme tweeted what looked like an invitation to a launch event of an upcoming phone. With Realme having the sensor, it means the parent brand already has a deal, and they would be easily getting access to the Samsung 64MP camera sensor.

Though, OnePlus will definitely be adapting the latest 64MP camera technology, we don't know when.

Bin Lin, President and co-founder, Xiaomi, took to the stage to announce the 64MP imaging technology alongside Jesuk Lee, Vice President, Head of Sensor Design for Samsung Electronics. However, reports suggest that it could sport a 64-megapixel camera. The recently shared pictures prove top headquarters images with colour accurate description and detailing.

Chinese upstart Realme is gearing up to launch a new smartphone tomorrow. The Realme official also says that the official reveal of the handset is on August 15th. The entire back panel is covered, but the four rear cameras are shown off in all their glory, giving us a sneak peek at what the phone will look like.

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