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Realme 5 is the upcoming 64MP Quad Camera phone, CEO hints

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Realme is all set to showcase the 64MP Quad Camera technology on a smartphone on August 8 in India & we already know that Redmi will do the same, but a day before the Realme’s event, i.e., on August 7. Now, Madhav Sheth, the CEO of Realme, might just have given us the hint that the Realme 5 is going to be the phone packing 64MP Quad camera setup.

Madhav changed his Twitter name to “Madhav ‘5’ Quad” today which indicates that Realme 5 with Quad cameras in coming. The same happened when Realme X was about to launch in India as he changed his Twitter name to “Madhav X”. So, this means the company is skipping Realme 4.

On Twitter, he wrote –

Just got hands on the world’s first 64MP quad-camera device that will be revealed this Thursday. Check how crazy the clarity is! Btw we don’t believe in hype so this device will be the most practical choice at its price and it will be launched very soon.

The Realme 3 featured an Helio P70 SOC, Dual rear cameras, 4,230mAh battery & more so the Realme 5 with a Quad Camera setup definitely seems like a big upgrade. With the company about to showcase the 64MP Quad camera technology on a smartphone at an event on August 8, it is most likely that Realme 5 is coming with a primary 64MP camera sensor on the back.

We don’t know when the phone is going to launch, but it is for sure launching first in India

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