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Lin Bin announces that Hongmi will launch when mobile phone enters 64 million pixel era.

via:博客园     time:2019/8/7 18:13:53     readed:71

Netease Technologies News, August 7, news, after realme exposure of the first 64 megapixel four-camera mobile phone photo sample, Xiaomi held a future image technology communication meeting in Beijing today, which focuses on introducing 64 megapixel sensors, red rice will be launched.


Lin Bin introduced the way of super-clear of millet image, such as the zoom dual-camera millet 6 released in 2017, the AI zoom dual-camera millet 8 released in 2018 with 12 million pixels, the first 48 million pixel camera equipped with 1000 yuan machine, the 48 million ultra-wide angle triple-camera of millet 9 and so on. This is an upgrade of the photographic hardware. According to its disclosure, millet has invested more than 1,000 AI algorithm teams in software algorithms.

This time, Lin Bin officially announced that millet will launch a mobile phone with 64 million ultra-clear cameras, the first launch of red rice.


According to reports, 6400 million cameras have a resolution of up to 9248x6936, 34% higher than 48 million, support Remosaic straight out photos, each photo size of about 19 MB, ultra-high resolution picture is more fine. In addition, 64 million of the photosensitive area is as high as 1: 1. 7 inches, 34% higher than 48 million, combined with 4-1. 6 inches.

If the common precision of 72 DPI is used to print the photos taken by 64 million cameras, 2.44m x 3.26M giant posters can be printed.


Red rice carries 64 megapixel sensors using Samsung's ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor and Samsung Electronics System LSI Global Vice President Jesuk Lee.

Finally, in addition to 6400 million pixels, Lin Bin also announced that Xiaomi will launch a mobile phone with a 100 million pixel super clear camera. (quiet)

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