Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has already set the pace with the use of a 100MP main sensor (Xiaomi Mi Note 10/CC9 Pro). Although more pixels doesn’t always mean better images, we will probably see more Android phones with the 100MP camera next year. From the information disclosed so far, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series will use this sensor. Xiaomi may also use this sensor again. Now, there is a confirmation that Realme is also determined to use the 100MP sensor.
Yesterday, Realme India CEO, Madhav Sheth, revealed in an interview that Realme is developing a 100MP mobile phone. However, he did not disclose any other information regarding this phone.
In addition, he also said that Realme IoT devices will hit the market by early 2020. According to him, the company will not be a mobile phone brand. Rather, it will become a technology lifestyle brand. “Our philosophy is simple, we will launch IoT products; in addition, Realme will also launch products that help and benefit users”. A previous poster from the company shows that it will release smart bands and smartwatches. As of now, there is no information on the IoT gadgets that we are to expect from Realme. In addition, there is also no information on the smartwatches and smart bands that the company is expected to release.
It is worth mentioning that Realme’s CEO, Li Bingzhong, said that the company will no longer launch 4G mobile phones in China in 2020 and will fully embrace 5G. Its first 5G mobile phone, the Realme X50 5G which will debut in January.