India’s first 64MP camera smartphone to be rolled out on Aug 8; official invites out

In India, the smartphone industry is on a steady rise with new brands entering the market. Realme is one of the most budget smartphones available in the Indian market and it has indeed created a great buzz last month with the launch of Realme X smartphone.

Now the smartphone maker is going a step further by launching a 64 megapixel camera phone in a special event in Delhi on the 8th of August 2019. This is supposed to be the first 64 mega pixel camera smartphone that is being introduced in India. It is also the first quad-camera setup phone by Realme in India.


The launch of the new smartphone that has a 64 megapixel camera by Realme is called as the "Camera Innovation" event and has a quad-camera setup at the backside. One of the cameras also possesses a 64 mega pixel sensor making it more amazing. The teaser of the smart phone was released on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform. In the teaser, we can see a camera that has four cameras and the same teaser has been shown on the invitation for the launching event in India.


Xiamoi's Redmi has also introduced a teaser image of their 64 mega pixel camera recently, and it too has a quad-camera. But as per the experts, the Realme phone could certainly beat Redmi in the big race.

The camera of the phone is supposed to feature Samsung's 64-megapixel ISOCELL GW1 that was unveiled recently. The camera has some amazing features that will help in improving the quality of the image through the latest technology.

The camera of Realme's new model can shot in real time HDR at 100 decibels to deliver the best picture output.

The actual specifications of the phone and its hardware are not available right now, but it is said that the smartphone comes with a reasonable price tag.

by Ricky Tandon | Sat, Aug 03 - 11:33 AM

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