Furthermore, the company also confirmed its plans to launch a flagship device with a 64MP sensor in a quad-camera system by the second half of this year.
Realme to raise image quality to a new level with larger size and higher resolution
With Samsung’s ISOCELL Plus Technology, the GW1 significantly improves color fidelity and light sensitivity. The technology also allows image sensors to equip 0.8μm and smaller pixels without any compromises in performance, this makes it ideal for developing super-resolution photography.
The GM1 also has slightly higher light sensitivity, thanks to its size – an industry-leading 1/1.72-inch.
With pixel-merging Tetracell technology and remosaic algorithm, the GW1 also produces brighter 16MP images in low-light environments, as well as highly detailed 64MP shots in brighter settings.
Realme is definitely setting things up for next-level smartphone photography experience. Its latest mid-range offering in the country, the realme 3 Pro, boasts a 16MP + 5MP dual rear camera system, and uses a Sony IMX519 sensor. This duo is also backed by features such as Chroma Boost which enhances colors and improves the overall vividness of an image, and Super Nightscape Mode, which allows you to take impressive hand-held night shots without the need for a tripod.
64MP quad-camera allows for more possibilities
The use of a 64MP sensor and a quad-camera setup certainly creates a lot of possibilities for daily photography. Add AI to the mix, which automatically adjusts the camera settings depending on the subject.
Realme is committed to developing the storytelling capabilities of its products with Dare-to-Leap imaging experience. The first ever 64MP photo taken using a smartphone shows the company’s determination to pursue technology development as well as innovation.