The Redmi brand only announced their arrival yesterday the first smartphone with a real 64 MPx camerawhich will probably be the first of its kind on the market. Now they are revealing more information about the smartphone.
The era of 64 MPx cameras in smartphones has started
Shortly after the publication of the first preview of the details of the 64 MPx photo created by the new Redmi smartphone, the brand reveals further details. It officially confirms the arrival of the smartphone, thus starting the era of 64 MPx cameras in smartphones.
At a time when 48 MPx sensors are gaining in popularity, the young Redmi brand is really in a hurry. We have often mentioned that the new company belonging to Xiaomi is starting with progressive innovation, which wants to make people more aware. So far, they are doing perfectly.
9248 x 6936 px
64 MPx photos from the new Redmi smartphone will "climb" in a massive resolution of 9248 x 6936 px. This resolution is higher than 8K TVs. The company claims that the photos will be approximately 20 MB in size. They should not take up too much smartphone memory.
The latest banner, which appeared on the official Weibo profile of the brand, also indicates four sensors. It is thus confirmed that the novelty will have a quadruple camera, one of which will be just a 64 MPx sensor.
Probably a sensor from Samsung
Although the company has not yet officially confirmed this, it is expected that the device will use the new Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 64 MPx sensor. It is a 64 MPx image sensor that offers the highest resolution in a Samsung linear image sensor with a pixel density of 0,8 μm.
With Tetracell technology, which combines pixels and a mosaic algorithm, the GW1 can produce clear 16 MPx images in low-light environments and highly detailed images with 64 MPx resolution in brighter environments.
To take photographs reminiscent of the way the human eye perceives its surroundings in a mixed light environment, GW1 supports high dynamic range in real time (HDR) up to 100 decibels (dB), which provides richer shades. In comparison, the dynamic range of a conventional image sensor is about 60 dB, while in the human eye it is about 120 dB.
There is still no deadline or date for the news. At the bottom of the poster is just the text: "See you soon." As we already know Redmi's tactics, over time they will certainly reveal more details about the upcoming news. Of course we will inform you about everything.