Realme, Oppo’s subsidiary brand, continues its investments in the smartphone area. She will soon introduce her first four-camera rear camera, Realme 5, as well as her older brother Realme 5 Pro. Today, at a small event in Shenzhen, she confirmed that she will use Samsung’s new 64-megapixel GW1 sensor in future handsets on a range of four-camera phones.
Some features of the new sensor were highlighted during the presentation, such as 9280×6944 pixels resolution. In addition, it features a 1 /1.72-inch sensor that supports South Korean giant’s ISOCELL technology, as well as 0.8 μm size pixels and ultra-fast Super-PD focus. The Samsung GW1 is also known to support HDR and video recording in many types of scenes, including night scenes.
The company also said it will continue to cooperate with Samsung in the future and will reveal more phones with four cameras, bringing a better experience in this regard.
Realme is expected to bring at least three devices with four rear photographic sensors. These could be Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro, which are already frequent targets of rumors and leaks in recent days, and will still be made official on August 20, less than a week from now. Until then, there’s still room for new rumors and other details about the possible use of the Samsung GW1 in Realme 3’s successor.