Samsung unveiled its new 64-megapixel camera sensor back in May and looks like it will be one of the first to use it
What is known
Redmi posted on his Weibo profilephoto taken with a new smartphone. The image doesn't indicate that the brand will use a Samsung sensor, but given the timing, it's highly likely. The sensor in the upcoming Redmi phone uses Tetracell technology to produce 16MP photos in low light conditions.
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Redmi's first 64 million pixel sample, every detail is complete, the phone officially entered the 64 million pixel era! pic.twitter.com/72x6F3bWCX
- Xiaomishka (@xiaomishka) July 22, 2019
Improvements in autofocus quality andFull HD video at 480 fps, and the Quad Bayer sensor will enable HDR in real time. And, apparently, cat owners will be most pleased with the camera.