Xiaomi is teasing the arrival of another imaging technology of Redmi 64-megapixel phone. The company could launch its 64-megapixel sensor technology on that day. On different events a few details of new camera technology of Redmi 64-megapixel phone has been leaked. The company will launching the phone that will be equipped with this new technology.
It may well simply declare the 64-megapixel technology, and launch the expected Redmi phone. The Redmi 64-megapixel phone supports a quad camera setup when it makes its appearance this year. The revealing looks set to take on opponent brand Realme to showcase the 64-megapixel camera technology.
The Chinese gadgets company has taken to Weibo to report that new technology will be declared on August 7. The poster has the Redmi logo sitting on the top right, and this technology will be coordinated into Redmi sub-brand first. The poster reveals little else, and accompanies a tag line ‘Images of the Future.‘
Redmi 64-megapixel phone:
Xiaomi has confirmed that the 64-megapixel phone will support 4 rear cameras at the back. A 64-megapixel photo will be up to 20MB in size. The goals of the photo produced will be far superior to that of an 8K TV, making it the first smartphone.
The 64-megapixel phone additionally offers such ultra-high-resolution effects. The company even shared a photograph test to show off more highlighted detail.
Realme is additionally equipping to launch its own 64-megapixel phone this year. It has declared a devoted event on August 8, to reveal more details about this. To show that the Redmi brand would set to pre-empt the Realme brand by showcasing it.
Earlier, It is reported that Xiaomi is expecting on using Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor. Yet there has been no affirmation from the company’s end. If it does use the Samsung sensor, the upcoming Redmi phone will almost certainly deliver a 16-megapixel output in low-light.
By merging 4 pixels into one using its Tetracell technology. The camera sensor can descramble its color filter to deliver full-size 64-megapixel shots.
It brings support for real-time HDR of up to 100-decibels and mosaic calculations. It helps to improve picture quality. In a recent report, Samsung itself is acquiring to launch its 64-megapixel smartphone in the Galaxy A-series in September.