The new Redmi flagship is on the way. But this time, the company focus less on endurance, rather moving towards making a camera-centric device. Redmi has developed its own 64MP camera sensor on the base of the Samsung GW1 CMOS. This simply means that the new Redmi Note 8 comes, it will be the first phone in the globe with such a resolution camera.
Today, the Chinese company released a new warm-up poster, which reveals some interesting information concerning the phone’s camera.
Redmi Note 8’s 64MP Camera With 25X Zoom Support
The poster laid emphasis on the fact that the Redmi Note 8 series has a ‘luxury’-level imaging experience and a ‘hair- level’ ultra-clear image quality. As we can see, even after 25x zooming, the details are clearly seen.
This ultra-high resolution is nearly 2 times that of 8K resolution and 17 times that of 2K resolution. And the 64MP photosensitive area is as high as 1/1.7-inch, 34% higher than that of the 48MP CMOS. This camera is also combined with four-in-one 1.6μm large pixels mode. So the night shooting ability is more outstanding.
Redmi Note 8 Series To Be Powered By MediaTek Helio G90T chip
MediaTek announced the G90 series SoCs back in July and there were rumours that a Redmi device will come with the G90T chipset in the near future. Now, a Weibo post by MediaTek revealed that the upcoming Redmi Note models will in fact ship with the new SoC.
In terms of core configuration, the Redmi Note 8 series is the first to come with the MediaTek Helio G90T chip. The chip uses a dual-core Cortex A76 architecture, the GPU is the Mali-G76, and the graphics frequency reaches 800MHz.
Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of Redmi brand, stressed that under the high-performance guarantee, the MediaTek G90 series also offers exclusive gaming features such as ‘chip-level’ network delay optimization, millisecond touch, and ‘Hollywood’ image quality specifications.
Well, it’s just a matter of time for the Redmi Note 8 to be launched on August 29.