Sony working on a 100MP sensor for its next phone
Three years after Samsung launched its first 108 MP photo sensor, the Japanese brand is considering bringing its own 100-megapixel camera sensor to market.
The current trend of most manufacturers of phones is to include in your rear camera module a sensor with the highest possible resolution and a good proof of this is that we can already find several models on the market with 108-megapixel cameras such as the Xiaomi 11T Pro, the Motorola Moto Edge 20 Pro, the Honor 50 or the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Well, in this sense, we have just met, thanks to the medium SamMobile that Sony, which never follows in the footsteps of the market, could have decided to jump through hoops since it would be working on a 100-megapixel sensor for your next mobile.The Sony Xperia Pro-I, the first Android on the market with a one-inch camera.
Sony is working on a new smartphone with a 100 MP camera
Three years after Samsung launched its first 108 MP photo sensor and just a few months after it announced its first camera sensor of 200 megapixels we have just learned that the Japanese brand Sony is considering bring to market its own 100-megapixel camera sensor in order to increase the sales of its terminals. Thus, according to this leak, Sony is already working on its first generation of 100-megapixel camera sensors, which is part of the IMX8 series and It will be suitable for both mid-range and high-end terminals.
The specifications of Sony’s first 100-megapixel photo sensor have not yet been revealed, but everything seems to indicate that its size will be larger than that of the Sony Xperia Pro-I, which is one inch.According to Sony, it will take less than 3 years for mobile cameras to surpass SLRs and DSLRs, although no smartphone equipped with Samsung’s 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP1 sensor everything seems to indicate that both the new flagship of the Korean company, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, and the new Motorola flagship, the Moto Edge 30 Ultra will have this camera sensor.
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