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This is how the Redmi Note 7 48 MP sensor works with the Snapdragon 660

After official launch of the new Redmi Note 7 smartphone The controversy over the camera sensor included. A sensor 48 megapixels in a phone that barely exceeds a price of $ 200 in its most powerful version.

In addition, knowing that the processor Snapdragon 660 that brings inside only supports a maximum of 25 MP camera the question of how is this possible abounds in networks. And the secret of all this is immersed within the sensor Samsung ISOCELL GM1.

If we look for the characteristics of this sensor we can appreciate that the resolution is described in 48 MP 4 in 1 to 12 MP (1.6 um). Basically what this sensor does is take 4 adjacent pixels (0.8 um) in the photo making them only one of a larger size to increase the sharpness and luminosity of the photographs, that is, the image in the first instance is taken at 48 MP but because This simplification ends with a resolution of 12 MP and in turn can be correctly processed by the Snapdragon 660.

Example of a picture taken with the Redmi Note 7

This functionality called Tetracell It becomes the key point for the Redmi Note 7 to have such a low price since it practically allows the company to save the fact of placing a more expensive processor without sacrificing photo quality.

Honestly, it is a good strategy for the first Redmi smartphone and I think it allows them to position themselves well in the market. Do you find it interesting how the Redmi sensor works? Give us your answer in the comment box.

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