Redmi has uploaded a series of new teasers on its Weibo account, pertaining to the Redmi K30 Pro and its cameras.
Judging by the slides the Redmi K30 Pro will have not one, but two 64MP Sony IMX686 sensors on board - one used as the main camera and the other tasked with telephoto shots. The specs claim 3x of optical zoom and up to 30x of digital zoom, quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy S20/S20+.
The 64MP sensor is big at 1/1.7-inch and uses 4-in-1 binning for 16M 1.6μm-sized pixels. It's also capable of 8K video capture.
Below is a showcase of the Redmi K30 Pro's camera versatility. It can go from 0.6x to 30x, that's from the ultrawide to the digitally-zoomed 64MP tele.
The twin 64MP cameras both offer optical image stabilization, which Redmi claims controls all 4 axis thanks to data from the gyroscope as well as the accelerometer.
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