Redmi said yesterday it would create an significant announcement on Monday. Redmi has published a teaser for its 64MP camera app, keeping its pledge real. The fresh Redmi version may defeat other competitors like Realme and Samsung to publish the world’s first 64MP camera device.
Earlier today, Redmi published a photo sample from its 64MP smartphone on its official Weibo account. Technically, we haven’t got an initial sample from the phone. The teaser, however, zooms into the cat’s picture to show crisp details around his eye. Unfortunately, this is all we received from the formal teaser.
Releasing a 64MP smartphone would be a large step by the brand that lately broke off with its sibling, Xiaomi. Both Realme and Samsung are said to be collaborating on 64MP smartphones, but their release is anticipated later this year. In reality, Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme, presented a pair of samples back in June, offering us a glimpse of the tier information from his 64MP device. But, considering the teaser’s timing, it feels like Redmi will defeat both Realme and Samsung in launching the world’s first 64MP smartphone.
Rumors about Redmi’s 64MP smartphone have been having rounds on the internet since late June. In reality, within the MIUI camera app, we have already found words like’ 64MP UltraPixel mode’ and’ 64MP dual cameras.’ So it was obvious that Redmi was already operating on this model. The device is probable to use the lately introduced 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor from Samsung.
Under the supervision of his fresh leader, Lu Weibing, Redmi seems to be shouldering a ton of obligation. The Redmi K20 Pro brand and Redmi Note 7 series have been well known both in China and abroad, all thanks to their performance hardware at an inexpensive cost cap. The company will be highly busy in the coming decades with a 64MP camera phone in the works.
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