Realme Officially Announced The 64MP Sensor, Quad-Camera Series In Work
Today, Chinese manufacturer, Realme held a summer video technology communication meeting in Shenzhen. During the meeting, the company officially announced that it will use Samsungâ€™s GW1 64MP sensor. The company further stated that it will use the latest Samsungâ€™s sensor to create a new four-camera mobile phone series. Realme now joins Redmi as the second smartphone brand to officially announce Samsungâ€™s 64MP GW1 sensor.
It is understood that the resolution of the Samsung GW1 sensor used in the Realme Quad-camera setup has aa resolution of 9280Ã—6944. It comes with a 1/1.72 inches sensor which supports Samsungâ€™s ISOCELL technology.
Furthermore, it has a single-pixel size of 0.8Î¼m and supports Super-PD ultra-fast focus. The Samsung GW1 sensor supports HDR video recording with more details and excellent performance in a variety of scenes such as super wide-angle, macro and night scenes.
The company said that it will further cooperate with Samsung in the future and will launch more four-camera phones, which will have better camera experience. Recall that there have been rumors thatÂ Realme will release three smartphones with quad-rear cameras in October. These devices could be the maiden smartphones in the new quad rear camera series from Realme.