Earlier this year, Realme launched Realme 3 and Realme 3 Pro in India. Later, Realme 3 Pro was released again in China under the name Realme X Lite along with a non-defective Realme X screen, a sliding camera. While Indian users are still expecting Realme X, Indian CEO Realme, Madhav Sheth, has just released a photo revealing a new smartphone with a camera up to 64MP.
Mr. Sheth did not publish the name of the smartphone or launch date, but promised that it would be a new flagship killer. It is expected that this smartphone will be equipped with Samsung's GW1 64MP camera sensor with 1 / 1.72 inch sensor size and 1.6 micron pixel size.
Below the sample photo of 64MP smartphone camera, there is also a watermark showing that the camera will have up to 4 rear cameras. Therefore, in addition to being the first smartphone of Realme with 64MP camera, this device is also the company's first smartphone with 4 rear cameras. Most likely, the device will be released and released in India first and then other markets.
Before Realme, Redme was also developing a smartphone with a 64MP camera but there was no specific information. In addition, according to speculation, Samsung is also preparing to launch a Galaxy A model with 64MP camera.