Realme 5 To Feature 64MP Quad Camera Setup: Expected To Launch Soon


Realme is all set to showcase its 64MP quad-camera technology on August 8 in India. The company CEO Madhav Sheth has hinted that the Realme 5 will be its first smartphone to incorporate the latest tech. Madhva shared a similar update through his twitter handle prior to the launch of the Realme X as well.

Realme 5 To Feature 64MP Quad Camera Setup: Expected To Launch Soon


Though the company is all set to showcase the new camera technology, the smartphone launch is pegged for a later date. Some of the tweets from the company's CEO hints that the Realme 5 will be an affordable smartphone that might cost less than its competition.

Realme 5 Camera Comparision

In a series of standard resolution test chart for cameras, the 64MP camera on the Realme 5 has been compared with the Redmi K20 Pro' 48MP camera. After pixel-peeping into the image, the photo taken on the Realme 5 is much detailed compared to the one taken from the Redmi K20 Pro.

Though it is very early to judge the camera performance of the upcoming Realme smartphone. These comparisons do make an interesting case on how an image captured on high-resolution camera can retain details even after zooming in.

It is interesting to see that the company is comparing the Realme 5 with the Redmi K20 Pro and not the Redmi K20 or the Redmi Note 7 Pro. This might be an indication that the Realme 5 might be an expensive smartphone, priced similar to the Redmi K20 Pro.


Our Opinion On The Realme 5

Until date, Realme has stuck with the dual-camera smartphones. With the Realme 5, the company will introduce a quad-camera setup, probably with a dedicated telephoto and an ultra-wide-angle lens. We just have to wait a few more days to learn more about the Realme 5' camera capabilities

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