Redmi, the subsidiary brand of Xiaomi, recently released a teaser poster online. Teasing fans and consumers with a new phone fitted with what could possibly be Samsung’s new 64MP camera sensor.
For the record, the image doesn’t outright specify that its 64MP is Samsung-made. However, it should be pointed out that Samsung is currently the only company to have officially announced a sensor of that size. Further, given its announcement back in May and this current teaser, it’s very unlikely that this is a coincidence.
As you would expect, the teaser poster doesn’t reveal much beyond the sensor size. However, if the 64MP sensor actually turns out to be the same Samsung model, it’s clear that we can expect some really clear and detailed images as suggested by the teaser.
To recap, it’s possible that the 64MP sensor will be able to output bright, 16MP images in low-light environments. Through its Tetraell pixel-merging technology. It will also support teal-time HDR capability of up to 100dB, compared to the typical 60dB of other image sensors.
Sadly, the teaser poster also doesn’t share an official launch date, so when Redmi intends to properly introduce its new phone to the world is anybody’s guess at the moment. We’ll keep you informed when it’s been announced.