Realme 64-Megapixel the Best Camera Phone Confirmed to Be in the Works, Will Launch in India First 2019, Mobile phones in realm now ensure that it is working on a new smartphone equipped with a 64 megapixel camera sensor. CEO Madhav Seth tweeted a picture of 64 megapixel Samsung GW 1 sensor and claims that the device that will consolidate the sensor will first be launched in India. It will be launched in international water, but the phone will be in the country’s first place. It came after the introduction of Real X and Realm X X Lights in China last month.
Realme 64 megapixel camera phone samples of the phone
• Realmike CEO shares a picture with a 64-megapixel sensor
Telephone CEO says the phone will be launched in India first
• Samsung made sensor was launched last month
Sheth shared a photo on Twitter that took the size of 1 / 1.72-inch sensor and 1.6-micron pixels with a 64-megapixel Samsung GW sensor. The sensor was announced last month and the 64-megapixel ISLL Bright GW 1 sensor will capture images of 16 megapixels in low light through Samsung’s TetraSel technology.
The sensor will support up to 100 dB real-time HDR. In addition, it will allow integrated device users to capture 1080p slow-speed video as well as super PD PDAF technology.
The picture shared by Seth absorbs a lot of detail and crisp with minimal noise. Seth says that the camera is able to make clear shots as well as imaging with very little light. He confirmed that the phone will be first introduced in India with this 64 megapixel sensor. The photo watermark also said that the phone would be equipped with a quad-core camera setup.
There are no details about this phone yet, but it will be the world’s first phone to integrate such a big sensor. For the first time in Realy X and Realm X X Light launched the phone, its India focus still continues to dive. There is no possibility of launch in India before the second half of the year, Seth said in May. In December 2012, the company is participating in 12-15% market of India and will enter the accessories market.
The company claims to claim the market share of 7.25 percent of the smartphone market during January-March 2019. It also seeks to add branded experience zones to six real-time calendar years.