Oukitel Y4800 camera test reveals the perks of the 48MP GM1 sensor


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The new OUKITEL Y4800 from the Youth series is coming in the end of July and the hype around the phone is quite real. The makers will for sure want to challenge the dominant position of Redmi Note 7 in the lower end of the market and the two phones actually share quite some specs. One of them is the 48MP Samsung GM1 main sensor of the rear camera and today they are taking yet another look at the sample shots in comparison to the Redmi’s blockbuster.

As mentioned before The OUKITEL Y4800 packs a Samsung GM1 48MP sensor with F/1.8 aperture for main rear camera. This is 4 times higher than the mainstream 12MP sensors and under the 48MP mode, the single pixel is 0.8µm which allows you to take wonderful photos with better resolution. The sensor size of this GM1 48MP camera reaches to 1/2 inch, 56% larger than normal 1/2.8inch sensors. With larger size on sensor, it receives more light for the photo taken. The front camera also adopts Samsung sensor with 16MP and f/2.0 aperture, so the potential is there too.

OUKITEL Y4800 features a 6.3 inch FHD+ waterdrop display with 1080*2340 resolution. The display adopts LTPS tech with 90% screen-to-body ratio. Then the new Helio P70 processor, 6 GB RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, 4000 mAh battery with 9V/2S fast charging, Face ID unlock tech with screen flash for unlock even in the dark conditions, 48MP+5MP dual rear cameras with f/1.8 aperture on the main sensor, 16MP selfie shooter and Youth OS based on the Android 9 Pie system.

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Presales for Y4800 will start on July 22nd and for the first week you will be able to enjoy the special discounted price of $199.99, down from the retail $249.99 pricing. So if this little gem has already caught your attention, then add it to your wishlish and pre-order when it arrives exclusively first on the Banggood e-shop.

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