Sony has the biggest picture sensor focused on cell phones, the 1″ IMX989, which has been utilized in various camera-centered telephones. Size isn’t all that matters, however, and Sony’s next two sensors will go somewhat more modest yet will have smart plans, as indicated by informal reports.
The Sony IMX903 is purportedly a 1/1.14″ sensor with 48MP goal and 1.4µm pixels (contrasted with 1.6µm on the IMX989). It will uphold double pixel self-adjust, so every pixel will be made from two photograph diodes, each 0.7 x 1.4µm in size.
The self-adjust framework will actually want to get and follow center around moving items rapidly. Additionally, it will have Wide Unique Reach tech politeness of Dolby and will actually want to catch 4K video at high edge rates. To top everything off, there will be a Realistic Mode, making the IMX903 a top pick for telephones that emphasis on excellent video.
The Sony IMX907 is generally a similar size at 1/1.12″ however with a piece higher 50MP goal. Pixels actually measure 1.4µm in size however are partitioned into four photograph diodes each (0.7 x 0.7µm) for quad pixel self-adjust.
Commonly, double pixel AF sensors equipped for yielding pictures twofold their local goal. This implies that the IMX903 could have a 96MP mode, assuming that the telephone producer needs it. The IMX907 ought to have the option to do 200MP, which could be the initial time in some time that Sony has matched Samsung’s top sensor on goal.
Not that these are centered around crude goal. They ought to utilize Sony’s stacked sensor plan, which moves the semiconductors on a different layer, leaving the photograph diodes on their own layer and permitting them to catch all the more light. This works on their exhibition in low light.