And this isn't the only exciting news from the launch. According to a tweet on the official Xiaomi account, they've teamed up with Samsung to develop a smartphone with a 108MP "ultra-clear" image sensor! Realme was planning to boast about being the first to show off its smartphone with a 64MP sensor but Redmi couldn't help schedule an event a day early to talk about its own 64MP camera technology. It takes 9,280x6,944 pixel photos with a 0.8 micron pixel size, and will typically use a technique called pixel binning to create great-looking 16-megapixel photos. It will use low ISO in high-brightness environments, and high ISO in the dark-light environments so the end results are always pleasing.
There are plenty of phones with a 48-megapixel camera like the OnePlus 7 Pro, the Redmi Note 7, and the Honor View 20. With that all being said, an image sensor like this requires a rather beefy chipset to process the raw data. Zoom in on that encircled part... It's quite possible that the soon-to-be-launched Redmi Note 8 will sport the same sensor. It will possibly use the newly announced Helio G90T, MediaTek's first chip to support sensors up to 64 megapixels.
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Yes, there is one more thing. "The 1/1.7" sensor features a 1.6μm pixel size and will be able to output 64MP photos with a resolution of 9248 x 6936 pixels, 38 percent more pixels than a 48MP camera and real-time hardware-supported HDR support.
Samsung Electronics Co. scored a victory over Sony Corp. after a major Chinese customer declared it was going with the Korean company's camera sensors in future smartphones.