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Redmi launching its 64MP camera smartphone on August 7

Redmi launching its 64MP camera smartphone on August 7

Redmi announced that it will soon launch a smartphone with a 64MP primary rear camera. The company posted some pictures which are clicked with the phone and it looks great with lots of details and spot-on-colors. Redmi is hosting an event on August 7 which will take place in China. Samsung has announced the ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP sensor and most of the smartphone companies are going to announce their implementation of it. Realme will also showcase the technology with a Quad-Camera setup on August 8, but Xiaomi will be the first as it has invited media representatives to demo the day before August 7.

The new camera will be on a Redmi smartphone and will give 20MB images with the new sensor and Xiaomi will reveal how it works in its image processing laboratory where the camera department is working. Redmi also reveals that the resolution of the photo produces by the 64MP image sensor will be more superior to that of the 8K TV. There will be a chance that the Redmi will introduce an actual smartphone with the new Bright GW1 sensor. Along with Samsung’s 64-megapixel image sensor, the new smartphone will be equipped with MediaTek Helio G90T chipset. Its current smartphone K20 pro comes with the Bright GM1 platform with the Quad Bayer layer which produces impressive 12MP images on a 48MP sensor. The new 64MP sensor uses Tetracell (which is Samsung’s brand for Quad-Bayer). Most probably 64MP cameras will be equipped in Redmi Note 8.
Tipster Ice Universe says that Samsung will also launch a smartphone with a 64MP camera. The smartphone is expected to be launched in September or October and will be part of the company’s Galaxy A series. There is no surprise that the South Korean consumer electronics giant is the supplier for the new 64MP sensor. Samsung is lagging, considering both Realme and Redmi have already shared the 64MP camera samples through social media. Samsung will prioritize making the best product rather than becoming number one.

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