Moreover, this device will first launch in India before anywhere else.
Realme is on a roll, and they are doing it really great!
Realme's CEO, Madhav Seth, has teased the company's new smartphone introducing it as the world's first phone to have a 64MP GW1 sensor and has teased the 64MP photo shot as well.
Since Realme is calling this a premium killer, we are guessing that it could be running on a Snapdragon 855 processor. With the magic of pixel-binning, or combining information from several pixels into one, however, not only is the resulting photo file smaller in size, but also the snap itself is usually able to overcome the smallish pixel size.
Before Realme teased this sample from its upcoming phone with 64MP camera, leakster Ice Universe posted that " the global premiere of Samsung's 64MP sensor is in a mysterious model of the A series, while the domestic first is a mysterious model of Redmi". RT if you want to see more "knockout" shots.
Using #DareToLeap, Madhav Sheth is expected to share more such images clicked using the new 64 MP camera. The CEO has further confirmed that this new realme smartphone, which acclaims to be a camera beast, will be launching in the country before the competition.
This confirmation was important, because their earlier smartphones; Realme X and X Lite were launched in China first, and fans in India were upset about this.
There have been rumours floating around, hinting the possibility that smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung and Xiaomi could have their smartphones fitted with a 64MP image sensor.
Interestingly, Realme is also using the same GW1 sensor from Samsung, which cannot only capture 1080p slow-motion videos but also capture pics using Super PD PDAF technology, which makes it breathtaking.
More details are awaited.