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Redmi Teases First 64MP Smartphone with Camera Sample

Last month, Realme’s CEO Madhav Sheth shared a couple of samples of 64MP camera on Twitter

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Xiaomi also refreshes 'Mi TV' series in India. (Wikimedia Commons)

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomis subsidiary Redmi on Monday shared an image taken from its first handset featuring a 64MP camera sensor, on its official Weibo account.

The teaser shows an image with a zoomed-in section that shows details around a cat’s eye, news portal GizmoChina reported.

The company has not shared any other details except the image itself.

Media reports suggest that the first Redmi phone to sport such a camera might be the Redmi Note 8 or even the Redmi K30 Pro.

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Meanwhile, other brands like Realme and Samsung are said to be working on 64MP smartphones and their launch is expected to be later this year.

Last month, Realme’s CEO Madhav Sheth shared a couple of samples of 64MP camera on Twitter.

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According to reports, Realme phone with 64MP camera would use Samsung’s new 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor with 4-in-1 pixel technology to merge four 0.8 micron pixels into a single 1.6-micron pixel to deliver 16Mp photos in low-light settings and 64MP images in brighter conditions. (IANS)

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Smartphone Giant Vivo Tops Offline Market in India With 24.7% Share in November 2019

The brand took a big leap with capturing 17 per cent market share - its highest-ever -- in the third quarter (July-September period)

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Vivo has presence in over 70,000 retail outlets in the country and has been a hit among the users in the small-town India. Wikimedia Commons

Chinese smartphone maker Vivo became the top brand in the Indian offline market in the month of November, garnering 24.7 per cent share and beating Xiaomi and Samsung, the company’s top India executive said on Friday.

“Vivo’s offline market share went from 23 per cent in October to 24.7 per cent in November as per the German research firm GfK, making us again the top brand in the Indian smartphone market. I thank the Indian consumers who have maintained their trust in the brand,” Nipun Marya, Director-Brand Strategy, Vivo India, told IANS.

The brand took a big leap with capturing 17 per cent market share – its highest-ever — in the third quarter (July-September period), according to Counterpoint Research. In September, the Chinese handset maker recorded 22.5 per cent in terms of value, and 21.4 per cent in terms of volume.

“The growth has only made us humble as we enter 2020 with new energies. We will launch our next flagship in the popular ‘V’ Series during the Indian Premier League (IPL) that will come with unmatched specifications,” Marya added.

Vivo has presence in over 70,000 retail outlets in the country and has been a hit among the users in the small-town India. Currently the third largest smartphone player in India, Vivo is also committed to invest heavily in the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

“We are investing Rs 7,500 crore in the country in multiple phases as promised. We have the maximum capacity of producing 33.5 million handsets in a year and over 10,000 people, including women, are working at our Greater Noida factory,” said Marya.

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Chinese smartphone maker Vivo became the top brand in the Indian offline market in the month of November, garnering 24.7 per cent share and beating Xiaomi and Samsung. Wikimedia Commons

He said that the goal of the company is to not only to launch new devices but also provide customers better after-sales service experience, which is the key motto of the company. “We are deeply focused on bringing new innovations to stay ahead in the smartphone segment,” he added.

On Thursday, iQOO, a brand from Vivo, announced its entry into the Indian market that will be the first, 5G-ready premium device and would take on Xiaomi’s new sub-brand POCO.

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The iQOO brand would work as a separate legal entity in the country. (IANS)