One of the biggest novelties that we can find in the new Redmi Note 8 Pro is its quad rear camera. A total of four cameras, consisting of a main sensor of 64MP, a wide angle of 8MP, a telephoto lens of 2MP and a novel macro sensor of 2MP
In detail, its main camera is constituted by a Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 photographic sensor , which uses an ultra-large background aperture of 1 / 1.17 inches , thus being 34% larger than that of the previous Samsung ISOCELL GM1 48MP sensor mounted For the first time in the Redmi Note 7. In addition, this sensor makes use of 3D hybrid HDR technology and intelligent ISO , thus achieving greater definition and clarity in virtually any situation.
A great commitment by Redmi for its mid-range, which now, thanks to youtuber TechZG we have a first video comparison of the camera of this Redmi Note 8 Pro against the camera ofXiaomi Mi 9 and Mi 9T (Redmi K20 ).
Recall that in the case of the Xiaomi Mi 9 We are facing a triple rear chamber formed by a main sensor SONY IMX586 of 48MP , a wide – angle 16MP and a telephoto lens 12MP, a far superior characteristics to those found in the redmi Note 8 Pro .
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For its part, the Xiaomi Mi 9T or redmi K20 in China and India, has a triple combianción formed by a main sensor SONY IMX582 of 48MP , 13MP wide angle and a telephoto lens 8MP. An intermediate alternative between the Xiaomi Mi 9 and the new Redmi Note 8 Pro.
It is clear that the 64MP do their job very well when performing digital zoom on the photograph obtained, even so, as we have repeated countless times, a greater amount of megapixels is not synonymous with quality … And you, with what smartphones do you stay in terms of photographic quality after seeing this analysis? Don’t forget to leave your opinion in the comment box.