Redmi Phone With 64-Megapixel Sensor Will Feature Quad Camera Setup: Xiaomi


Picture clicked on this phone will have better resolution than an 8K Television

Redmi has dropped a new teaser which gives a glimpse of the upcoming 64-megapixel phone and has given enough hints about the photo resolution as well as the size of the photos produced. Also, if the teaser is to be believed, the upcoming phone will come packed with a quad-camera setup along with a sensor which is the 64-megapixel one.

This teaser was released a day after Xiaomi’s sub-brand shared a photo taken by the 64-megapixel sensor, which has highlighted the picture’s clarity. There is no significant loss of detail even after zooming.

This new teaser is published on Weibo and it categorically highlights a 64-megapixel phone which will be launched in China. The phone has four rear cameras. The company also said that the 64-megapixel photo will be up to 20MB in size.

It needs to be mentioned here that the resolution of the photo is stunning and that the quality is far more superior to that of an 8K TV, the company added. This is also the first smartphone to offer such ultra-high resolution. However, the teaser has not revealed the name of the phone and it also does not divulge a possible launch date.

As far as the specifications are concerned, Xiaomi is rumoured to use Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1, a feature which was announced earlier this year. However, the company has not announced any confirmation about the same. If the phone does use the Samsung sensor, the upcoming Redmi phone will be able to come up with a 16-megapixel output in low-light conditions by collating four pixels into one using its Tetracell technology.

Also, the camera sensor will be able to use the colour filter to come up with full-size 64-megapixel shots. Not only this, it will also come with real-time HDR of up to 100-decibels. There is also a remosaic algorithm which will enhance the photo quality for well-lit environments.

Apart from Xiaomi, Realme has also confirmed the launch a 64-megapixel phone in India.


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