Update: Now, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has shared the same image on this Twitter account.
Get ready for the world's first hands-on experience of #64MP Quad Camera on a smartphone, tomorrow at the #realme camera innovation event. Stay Real, No Hype. #LeapToQuadCamera pic.twitter.com/TBEFd84OIV
— Madhav '5'Quad (@MadhavSheth1) August 7, 2019
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Realme has announced that it will be showcasing the 64MP camera innovation on August 8th in India and on August 15th in China. The smartphone flaunting the 64MP sensor will have a quad-camera setup at the rear. Today, Xu Qi Chase, CMO at Realme China, has shared the first official images of the 64MP quad-camera phone through his Weibo account. Based on the images, the device will come in three colors – White, Purple, and Blue. As we already knew, the cameras are vertically aligned with an LED flash placed beside the cameras. The power button is placed to the right side of the phone and the device could sport an in-display fingerprint sensor (as there is no physical scanner at the back). Apart from all of these, nothing has been revealed as the device is masked by a case, on which there is a text that reads “Dare to Leap” is written.
Initially, it was thought that the 64MP quad-camera smartphone will be named as Realme 5, but the 91mobiles condemned it through an exclusive report. The report added that the Realme 5 will sport a 16MP sensor and then the Realme 5 Pro will bear the 48MP camera. The publication further says that the Realme 5 Pro will sport an AMOLED display and be equipped with a Snapdragon processor. So, the 64MP camera phone may not be the Realme 5 or its Pro variant, but we can expect the device could launch as the Realme X Pro with high-end specifications.
A few of the specifications we expect on the Realme 64MP camera phone include Snapdragon 855 SoC, up to 8GB of RAM, AMOLED display, VOOC 3.0 Fast Charging support. The phone is expected to launch first in India and the China launch could follow. On the 8th of August, we can get better clarity of the device and maybe a few of the specs.