A lot of things make up camera an attractive part of the smartphone and one of them is the megapixel count of the primary camera. In 2019, many smartphone companies are working on producing the best camera for their smartphone and Realme has seemingly left everyone to the punch by producing the world’s first 64MP smartphone camera.
Realme is not the only company that is working on its camera as according to recent reports, Xiaomi is also looking into developing a 64MP camera phone for users but the recent photos shared by Realme suggests that it may snatch up the title of presenting the first phone which sports this megapixel count.
Madhav Sheth, Realme CEO shared two sets of images on his Twitter account where one set was taken with what the watermark says is a ’64MP AI Quad Camera’, and the other with a 48MP snapper, and there are crops of each image, zoomed in to show areas of detail.
The smartphone company has used Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 lens for its device as it is the only camera module in the market that can offer a 64MP resolution at the moment. The sensor comes with pixels of 0.8μm size and supports 4-in-1 Tetracell technology meaning it can merge data from four pixels into one resulting in 16MP images with a pixel size of 1.6-micron.