Back in June, Realme first teased its 64MP quad-camera smartphone. The company didn’t give us a date then, but it appears the phone’s development is nearing completion as Realme has announced a “Camera Innovation Event” on August 8 in the Indian capital New Delhi where it will reveal more about its 64MP quad-camera technology.
Realme has launched dual-camera smartphones – the 3 series and the X, and with them, one of the cameras is a depth sensor. It doesn’t have a triple camera smartphone, so launching a quad-camera smartphone would indeed be a giant leap forward.
Details are scarce about the camera configuration right now, but we are hopeful that Realme will throw in telephoto and ultra-wide-angle modules to accompany the 64MP main sensor. The fourth module will likely be a depth sensor unit.
We reached out to Realme for more information about this 64MP quad-camera smartphone and were told that the phone is still under development, but we believe it will be unveiled by the end of this quarter or the beginning of next.
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