Realme unveils the world’s first 64MP photo taken using a smartphone

This is a 64MP photo taken using a smartphone, confirming plans of Realme, a global smartphone brand from China, to launch a flagship 64MP smartphone that features unprecedented quad-camera in the middle of this year.

The device is expected to up the ante in smartphone imaging experience and enable users to widen the possibilities and do more with their phone cameras.

Some features of Realme’s first flagship product include a 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 recently revealed by Samsung. It is one of two new sensors from Samsung with the highest resolution designed for high-end smartphones.

The new technology improves color fidelity and light sensitivity, and enables image sensors to equip 0.8μm and smaller pixels without any loss in performance, making it an optimal solution for developing super-resolution photography. 

It also comes with the industry-leading size of 1/1.72-inch, giving it more powerful light sensitivity compared to 1/2-inch. 

With pixel-merging Tetracell technology and remosaic algorithm, the GW1 produces brighter 16MP images in low-light environments and highly detailed 64MP shots in brighter settings. 

Photography is now a key factor in consumers’ smartphone purchase decision. 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 realme’s determination in pursuing technology development and innovation. Fans can expect more surprises from realme this second half of the year.