For Realme, the leap to quad-cameras is happening, even though it won’t initially bring the 64MP sensor to the shooters. It appears that the company is taking a staged approach in upgrading the camera hardware on its devices, with the fist stage being the addition of four cameras, and the second stage being upgrading the cameras sensor to a 64MP unit.
According to one of the latest tweets from the phone-maker, August 20 is the day to circle in your calendar for the launch of the company’s first quad-camera smartphone. It will consist of a main shooter, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a super macro shooter, and a portrait camera.
If, however, you want to wait for the quad-camera smartphone based on the 64MP camera sensor, you’ll have to take a tough decision. You’ll have to skip the Realme 5 or 5 Pro, and wait until October or so for the launch of the yet unnamed 64MP phone.
It’s time to take the #LeapToQuadCamera with the next generation camera technology on a smartphone. Gear up as we launch #realme5series at 12:30 PM, 20th August. Know more: https://t.co/IczXkhy4lB pic.twitter.com/mfBOAzfDZl
— realme (@realmemobiles) August 12, 2019