Redmi Note 7 Pro with 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor to launch after Spring Festival
The Redmi Note 7 is Redmi's first telephone since it turned into a standalone mark and furthermore the first Xiaomi/Redmi telephone with a 48MP camera yet it won't be the last. Xiaomi uncovered at the occasion that it will launch a Redmi Note 7 Pro after the Spring Festival which will also have a 48MP back camera however this time a Sony IMX586 sensor.
As a matter of fact, the Sony IMX586 was supposed to be the sensor in the Redmi Note 7 yet supply issues caused Xiaomi to switch to Samsung's GM1 sensor. The above data was uncovered at the occasion before today. Redmi says the Redmi Note 7 Pro has been made for users who are increasingly focused on camera execution and plan to reveal it after the Spring Festival.
Based on the above statement, it is clear the Samsung G1 sensor isn't as great as the Sony IMX586 yet how significant is the distinction in execution?
While both are 0.8μm-pixel sensors, the Sony IMX586 uses a Quad-Bayer cluster that is organized in 4×4 for a pixel tally of 48 million while Samsung's sensor can in reality just do 12MP however interpolates to 48MP.
So regardless of whether the yield from the GD1 sensor is 48MP, it can't be contrasted with that of the IMX586 which is really a 48MP sensor. The distinction in the camera execution can be seen when you focus in on images taken with both photos.
Will the camera sensor be the main distinction between the two phones? Most likely not. Despite the fact that the design is similar and specs like the screen and battery limit will probably stay unaltered, we trust the Redmi Note 7 Pro will accompany an all the more dominant processor.
Nevertheless, the Redmi Note 7 still offers great incentive for cash and in the event that you are watchful for another telephone at this moment, you should consider it. In any case, in the event that you can pause, you should do as such just remember it that you will also be paying more for the Pro version.