South Korean giant Samsung has recently announced its 64 MP smartphone camera sensor - it is more than the Sony IMX586 count of more megapixels and even more than the ISO900 Bright GM1 sensor, which comes with both 48 megapixels. However, there is still no smartphone in the new sensor tower. This was to be expected for the first time with the Galaxy 70, but it did not happen, and most of the new reports and rumors said that the upcoming note 10 would not show it as a feature.
According to a Tweet from IceUniverse, it seems that Samsung is not working on its new 64 MP sensor, but the Chinese smartphone major Xiaomi is also working. The sensor can be the first company to bring sensor on Twitter, but Samsung's upcoming phone with 64 MP sensor will probably start sensor internationally.
Not to say that the high megapixel count will not result in better pictures and the 64 MP sensor will use pixel bidding with 16 MP shots instead of 64MP, so it can be seen that the new sensor can really bring whether the table here is incredibly new and well Something
As far as the phones are concerned, Samsung is likely to be familiar with Samsung's introduction of a sensor in the series of galaxies, and many things are not known, and Xiaomi is apparently working on the Redmi phone with a new sensor.