first_imgSince the last few weeks, Xiaomi has been keeping its fans under hype. They announced separating Redmi from Xiaomi as a sub-brand. And after teasing a phone as well as eventually launching a smartphone with a 48-megapixel rear camera, Xiaomi has surely got everyone’s attention. This is more so after they announced that one could get a 48-megapixel camera phone for around Rs 10,000. The Redmi Note 7 is highly awaited in other markets where Xiaomi has a strong presence. However, Redmi isn’t done yet.At the Redmi Note 7 launch, Lei Jun was eager to demonstrate what the 48-megapixel camera of the smartphone can do. The Redmi Note 7 uses a Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 sensor for the primary camera. While Xiaomi assures that this setup will deliver great looking photos, the chaps at Redmi won’t let go of the pursuit of delivering a better camera performance. Lei Jun announced that they are working on the Redmi Note 7 Pro which will sport the same 48-megapixel camera. However, they will differentiate it in a subtle way from the Redmi Note 7.Lei Jun said that the Redmi Note 7 Pro will come with a Sony IMX585 sensor for the primary rear camera. The Sony IMX586 is a flagship-grade camera sensor from Sony that supports up to 48-megapixel image resolution. This Sony sensor uses Pixel Binning technology, which means the sensor would combine adjacent pixels to form one bigger pixel. This will result in capturing more light, translating to higher details in the final output. With Pixel Binning, the picture resolution will drop down to 12-megapixels, but the loss in resolution will be made up by higher details in the picture.advertisementWith Sony IMX586 sensor, Xiaomi will end up offering flagship grade photography performance from its midrange smartphone. The Redmi Note 6 Pro, which sells in India for a relatively low price, performs impressively in the photography section. The Mi A2 is presently leading the budget smartphone segment with its advanced dual rear cameras. With the Redmi Note 7 Pro, Xiaomi will have a chance to redeem its lead in terms of innovation that it lost out to other Chinese players in 2018.ALSO READ | Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 launched: Key specs, features, price and everything you should knowALSO READ | Xiaomi 55-inch Mi TV 4X Pro, 43-inch Mi TV 4 Pro launched in India, price starts at Rs 22,999ALSO READ | Redmi with Snapdragon 855: Affordable next-gen flagship Xiaomi for Rs 26,000last_img

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