Sony and Samsung will soon release powerful camera sensors for smartphones


Sony and Samsung will soon release powerful camera sensors for smartphones

Sony and Samsung will soon release powerful camera sensors for smartphones

To report notebookcheck, the quality of mid-range smartphone cameras has improved a lot these days. Although last year saw the emergence of 50-megapixel sensors in a part of the market, most of the mid-range ones have been equipped with Samsung’s JN1 and GN5 sensors and the rest with older 48- and 64-megapixel sensors. However, it seems that this trend will change soon.

According to information published on Digital Chat Station, Sony is working on a new CMOS sensor in the IMX800 series. CMOS will be Sony’s first 100MP smartphone camera sensor; Because the company usually preferred to focus on lower resolution sensors.

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Samsung is said to not want to be left behind, and the company is apparently working on a new sensor that’s even bigger than the 1/1.12-inch ISOCELL GN2 in the It will be Mi 11 Ultra. Also, this sensor may be in the 1-inch range or slightly smaller than Sony’s Xperia Pro-I sensor.

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