redmi 64 MP camera

Redmi a sub-brand of Xiaomi has launched many devices this year including the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro. Both this device was a flagship phone from the company. Now the company seems to provide better hardware and software to its users. So it seems Redmi device with 64 MP camera is on its way to get launched soon.

Redmi’s 64 MP Camera Smartphone

Now some leaks about the upcoming Redmi device to feature 64 MP camera is being talked a lot in Chinese Micro-blogging site Weibo. Samsung had launched a 64 MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor in May which was rumored that it could be applied in Galaxy A70. Now there are several reports that the Redmi’s new device can have this feature as well.

Samsung A70 may be the first smartphone to have 64 MP camera that will be globally launched. Overall the company may also implement this camera in their other upcoming A-series smartphone like galaxy A90 which is yet to be launched. Whereas the Redmi’s new device will be the first ever camera with 64 MP to be launched in China. There are no hints on whether the company will implement this in K-series or announce other series.

The 64 MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor is capable to capture 16 MP images in low-light through Samsung’s tetra cell technology. It also supports 100db real-time HDR. Also, the 64 MP lens will be able to shoot Slow-Mo videos at 1080 resolution as well as Super PD PDAF. Although there is no mass-production of this sensor, the company shall begin the production in half of 2019.

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The report does not open any further details about the Redmi 64 MP camera. Moreover the Redmi X with 48 MP primary camera, 13 MP ultra-wide lens and 8 MP telephoto is soon arriving.

Regarding the availability of Samsung A70, it may be sooner be launched in Nepal and India as well. Whereas the Redmi 64 MP camera may or may not be launched in these two countries.

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