OPPO subsidiary Realme is preparing to launch a new smartphone with a 64MP configuration and four camera modules.
Although we have scheduled an event for August 8th (where you should disclose details about the features of this upcoming camera), we don’t expect to see anything about this smartphone yet.
Rumors corroborate that such a device will be officialized as a successor of the Realme 3 series, reaching the market as Realme 5.
The habit of skipping number 4, a recurring part of Chinese culture, is not exactly a surprise, seeing that the sound of the word “four” in Chinese is similar to “death”, so in economic terms, a product with this sound is seen. as a bad omen and would have “greater chances of failing.”
Until then we had not connected the dots and understood that Realme 5 could actually be the first smartphone in the market with 65 MP cameras, but after the tweet, everything became clearer.
I just got my hands on the first 64MP quad camera device that will be unveiled this Thursday. See how crazy this clarity is! Lastly, we don’t believe in hype so this device will be the most practical choice and its price will be announced very soon.
Madhav Seth, who is CEO of Realme, changed his Twitter name to Madhav “5” Quad, further reinforcing suspicions.
He had done something similar at the release of Realme X, changing his name to Madhav X to help promote the pop-up middlemen.