We didn’t get a flagship from Realme in the form of Realme X, but it looks like the company is planning to launch one with not one, two or three, but four cameras on the back. Today, Madhav Sheth, the CEO of Realme, announced on Twitter that the company is working on a new premium killer device that has a Quad Camera setup & features the latest 64MP Samsung GW1 sensor, making it the first phone to launch with the 64MP GW1 sensor.
Later, the official Weibo page of the company posted some images that gave us detailed information about the camera. As we can see in the image above, the phone has a vertical Quad Camera setup with all the four lenses placed in a single module. It looks like the phone has a glass back.
The Samsung ISOCELL 64MP GW1 sensor is a 1/1.72” sensor, making it the largest smartphone sensor available in the market right now. There are 0.8-micron pixels & the pixel-merging Tetra cell technology that lets you take bright & detailed 16MP photos with 1.6-micron pixel size. This sensor also features real-time high dynamic range (HDR) of up to 100-decibels (dB). FYI, the dynamic range of a typical smartphone sensor is around 60-decibels (dB).
For an improved focusing, there is Super PD, a high-performance phase detection auto-focus technology.
Madhav also revealed that Realme would bring the phone first in the Indian market & it makes sense because India is the biggest market for Realme.