Redmi, A Sub-brand originally owned by Xiaomi.
Redmi is a sub-brand from the Chinese electronics company, Xiaomi. Xiaomi provided Redmi as a budget smartphone line when the firm first announced about it in July 2013. Just recently in January of this year, Redmi became Independent from its mother company Xaiomi.
Nonetheless, Xiaomi still supports Redmi with its own OS MIUI user interface on top of Android. Redmi has produced 2 models so far; the first one is Redmi phones with a screen up to 5, and the second one is Redmi Note series with a display size that exceeds 5.
The other line Redmi produced is the Pro series; they released it in 2016. The specifications included a dual camera system, USB-C, and an OLED display. Using less-expensive components and thus are more cost-effective is the thing to make the most significant difference between Redmi and other Xiaomi smartphones.
Samsung or Redmi takes the lead in the latest Camera Pixel wars?
Right after Samsung unveiled the ISOCELL Bright GW1 64 MP sensor, this May, some rumors appeared about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A70s. And whether it will be the first smartphone with an equipped 64 MP camera.
However, we have acquired some vital rumors recently from the famous Ice Universe leaker. The information states that Samsung is not the sole company to provide 64 MP camera-equipped smartphones. It seems that “Redmi” is also developing, right at this moment, another smartphone with a 64MP camera.
Unfortunately, despite the information we got from the famous leaker Ice Universe, there isn’t any further details or specifications in regards to this device. It is also not so evident whether Samsung’s Galaxy A70S or Redmi smartphone will be first. We anticipate which 64 MP camera equipped smartphone to make it to the market for buyers before the other.
Samsung describes it’s new sensor technology as the “industry’s highest resolution” sensor for mobile cameras.
Samsung has developed its new EI Tetra cell technology. This latest technology allows Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright GW1 64MP sensor to take 16MP photos in low light conditions.
The new Samsung technology even supports the real-time high dynamic range, which provides “richer hues.” The usual dynamic range of a conventional image sensor is almost up to 60dB while the human eye has double that measurement.
These sensor-equipped smartphones can also shoot a slow-motion 1080p video and support a Super PD PDAF focusing technology. Samsung is planning to start manufacturing this sensor at the end of 2019. Henceforth, it is an excellent chance that smartphones with 64MP cameras will be available in the market later by the end of this year.
48 MegaPixel Cameras, now a common thing in the mobile phones industry.
48-megapixel sensors are getting used a lot on smartphones. The 48Mp camera specs will mostly become a common thing this year. Sensor phones start developing as Sony IMX586 and Samsung GM1. Another example of that is Samsung’s Galaxy A80.
Cameras are still a distinct feature for mobile phones. And OEMs are still trying to market something new and interesting. Now that the term “dual cameras” (or even triple cameras) has lost its shine, we have doubled back to marketing high-resolution sensors with towering megapixel (Mp) count.
The firm is planning to become the top of the megapixel wars along with a new 64-megapixel camera.