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Xiaomi could reveal 64MP camera tech at its "future of imaging technology" event on August 7

05 August 2019 0

Xiaomi has something to announce in the mobile photography segment and it’s unveiling the same as early as August 7, which is before Realme’s already scheduled camera innovation tech event. And yes, this is the same day when Samsung will unveil the long-awaited Galaxy Note 10.

According to the poster shared on Weibo, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi will bring the “future of imaging technology.” And, going by some previous speculations, this could be the 64MP Quad Camera tech on a smartphone that the company will detail on August 7.


Scheduling an event just before Realme indicates the start of another fierce competition where the two companies are again competing to become the first of the first things on the market. There aren’t any further details on the tech by Redmi but we aren’t at a long distance from the slated launch and we expect to witness something exhilarating.

Last month, Redmi even shared a camera sample taken with a smartphone with a 64MP camera sensor. The company has already confirmed that the 64MP phone will have a quad rear cameras module. However, it’s unknown if a smartphone carrying this tech will also be unveiled or will it be just about the camera tech that is likely using Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1.

It’s interesting to note how this competition is shaping. While Redmi will detail its camera tech before Realme, who will bring the device first to the market is yet to be recorded.

So, stay tuned and see how this fight will proceed.


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