Pritam923, 24 Jun 2019Instead of using Sony camera sensor..they will use Samsung sensor ! That means again a big flo... moreSony sensor is 48MP, not 64.
There is an Exmor with total of 66.6, but will be reserved for Xperia only.
Nick Tagataka, 25 Jun 2019It's also a common misunderstanding when some people say this 64MP sensor provides no advantag... moreQuad Bayer /TetraCell only can give better DR compared to a lower resolution of same size.
The point is the detail levels will be same of 16MP sensor, even at 64MP mode.
I'd rather have downsampling. Details of 64MP but file size of a 16MP photo.
Pritam923, 25 Jun 2019Just wait to release this phone...then you will get every proofNo I won't, but ok if you believe so.
Nick Tagataka, 25 Jun 2019Show me a proof then.Just wait to release this phone...then you will get every proof
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2019A 16 megapixel 1/1.7" sensor is interesting, but more interesting will be the 64 megapixel out... moreIt's also a common misunderstanding when some people say this 64MP sensor provides no advantage over an equally sized 16MP sensor. Tetracell structure(or Quad Bayer if you prefer Sony's way of saying it) allows a device to process HDR images in real time and have higher resolution output as one of shooting options, which are both very difficult to achieve on a regular 16MP sensor.
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2019A 16 megapixel 1/1.7" sensor is interesting, but more interesting will be the 64 megapixel out... moreYou're wrong there. Downressing to exactly 1/4th the resolution has many advantages. Including improving bit depth, colour noise and sharpness.
This is not Pixel binning or down pressing though. It combines pixels, which also greatly improves colour noise and I am guessing cross talk too. As a matter of fact, the 12MP photos from the 48MP sensor are way sharper than those from Native 12MP smartphone sensors. You could compare them. These 12MP from 48MP sensors are more in the range of 18MP in terms of detail and sharpness. The low light is also as good as the best 12MP sensors out there, if not better.
Pritam923, 24 Jun 2019I am not a fortune teller...It is fact Show me a proof then.
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2019A 16 megapixel 1/1.7" sensor is interesting, but more interesting will be the 64 megapixel out... moreThe reason for this is the high resolution sensor uses quad bayer which means that the adjacent red pixel sees the same thing.. It is very different compared to 41MP RGB sensor used by Nokia 808 Pureview.. That sensor outputs true 38MP images with unmatched detail to this day..
Samsung's missing out on a great marketing opportunity here
Anonymous, 24 Jun 2019both of realme 3 & realme 3 pro have bootloop issues(stuck on bootloop) after install twrp!!Looks like you forgot to unlock the bootloader. If it isn't unlocked, you won't be able to root or flash twrp.
Anuj111, 24 Jun 2019He also reveals that it will launch in q4 of this year 8 think this could be the Realme 4 pro, and 4 pro is scheduled to launch before September, so it's more like Q3.
Pritam923, 24 Jun 2019I am not a fortune teller...It is fact Not sure how you know it is facts before something is even released and given A fair chance to put through its paces
Whackcar, 24 Jun 2019No bro. I like that phone too, but it's camera relies on quad-bayer tech. By default it pum... moreWho told you Google Pixel camera takes better lowlight photo ? Have you ever seen Google Pixel photo with ISO 250 or Higher ? I think not !...ISO 250 or higher ISO image of Google Pixel soft, noisy,
IpsDisplay, 24 Jun 2019Ok fortune tellerI am not a fortune teller...It is fact
CompactPhones5ever, 24 Jun 2019"wow another 694209001 megapixel camera that actually makes better pictures on 12 Mpix mode, I... moreI don't think anyone said (especially consumers) that they wanted the first modern day smartphone for example
And pretty much any engineering feat whatsoever
Consumers just go "hey this takes great pictures i don't care why maybe it's just the brand?"
Instead of using Sony camera sensor..they will use Samsung sensor ! That means again a big flop of camera quality...