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Save the date: Realme 5 series smartphone with quad-camera to launch on Aug 20

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 14-08-2019 11:18 IST | Created: 12-08-2019 15:04 IST
Save the date: Realme 5 series smartphone with quad-camera to launch on Aug 20
Realme 5 series smartphones with quad-camera set-ups may debut as Realme 5, Realme X Pro and Realme 5 Pro, and will come with four lenses, namely, Primary, Ultra-Wide, Super Macro, and Portrait. Image Credit: Twitter (@realmemobiles)

Realme, one of the fast-emerging smartphone brands in India, revealed Monday the release date for its first quad-camera phone i.e. August 20 at 12:30 PM. Eyeing to introduce the model under the Realme 5 series, the China-based smartphone maker confirmed the launch date and time on micro-blogging website Twitter.

Aspiring to garner 12-15 percent market share in India by December 2019, Realme is leaving no stone unturned to provide affordable, high-performance smartphones with the most cutting-edge technologies and stunning design. Well, this time the Chinese manufacturer has focussed on three main steps to improve camera experience for its users:

  • Multi-camera solutions
  • Ultra resolution with a large sensor
  • Advanced features for better convenience

Last week, the Chinese manufacturer unveiled the world's first 64MP quad-camera innovation at the 'Realme Camera Innovation Event' in New Delhi. Aiming to introduce a smartphone with the highest resolution camera in the market, Realme has collaborated with Samsung ISOCELL.

Using the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor, a 64MP sensor with a 0.8μm pixel size and 1/1.7" Optical Format, a single pixel can reach 1.6 μm in size in the 4-in-1 mode to offer more light and shooting options in the Ultra Nightscape mode. The first Realme smartphone with a 64MP quad-camera will arrive before Diwali, the company announced at the event.

Image Credit: Twitter (@realmemobiles)

Leap to Quad Camera

According to the teasers (Twitter and Flipkart), the Realme 5 series smartphones with quad-camera set-ups may debut as Realme 5, Realme X Pro and Realme 5 Pro, and will come with four lenses, namely, Primary, Ultra-Wide, Super Macro, and Portrait.

  • With large aperture and pixel size, the Primary lens will be perfect for low-light pictures
  • The Ultra Wide-angle lens will help capture a complete picture, 1.5x more area with 119-degree field-of-view
  • With a 4cm microscopic focal-length, the Super Macro lens will help users take a closer look
  • Portrait lens for more sharpness and clarity

Image Credit: Twitter (@realmemobiles)

Last month, the Chinese company launched two flagship smartphones Realme 3i and Realme X with stunning design and affordable price. Realme India is aiming to sell 15 million handsets in 2019 and is also planning to set up R&D centers across India to integrate its camera innovations more efficiently and provide Indian consumers an excellent camera experience.



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