Realme Unveils World's First 64MP Photo Taken Using a Smartphone


That is absolutely correct! This photo you see here is the very first image in the world to sport 64MP resolution taken using a smartphone and it comes from none other than Realme itself. Does this mean we are also going to see the very first phone to sport such innovation in mobile photography? The answer is a yes. In addition to this new milestone that this relatively young smartphone company has achieved and unveiled today, they also confirm their plans to launch a flagship smartphone "with unprecedented quad-camera" sometime this second half of 2019.

When this image was first teased by Realme CEO Madhav Sheth via his Twitter account on June 25, in the caption he mentioned that they were currently "working on the new premium killer!" suggesting that a brand new smartphone offering is coming our way that will compete head to head with the flagship devices out there.

Clearly Realme is bringing the smartphone photography to the next level by releasing this new smartphone camera and confirming that their very first flagship smartphone will be equipped with this first and new 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 which is recently revealed by Samsung. It is one of two new sensors from Samsung with the highest resolution designed for high-end smartphones.

This new sensor will greatly improve the quality of a photo taken on a smartphone. Combine that with AI imaging technology, new possibilities in mobile photography will be just more exciting than ever.

So apart from the 64MP camera powered by Samsung's ICOSELL Bright GW1 with pixel-merging Tetracell technology, a quad-camera setup, and second half of 2019 release, nothing more is known about this upcoming flagship realme smartphone as of the moment. 

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