Sony’s 48 Megapixel Camera Sensor will Make you Look Prettier

With the ever-growing technology, People are more inclined towards buying a phone with good camera results. Gone are days when people used to invest in DSLRs and other good cameras, now they buy a smartphone with the best camera results and other features. Keeping in view the ever-growing interest of people in photography, Smartphone giants are making devices with even better cameras than before. Just to join the race of betterment Sony has jumped in and plans to launch 48 Megapixel Camera. Sony’s 48 Megapixel Camera Sensor will make you look prettier.

Sony has announced a new image sensor for smartphones that features 48 MP. Sony IMX586 Smartphone Camera Sensor beats the current highest-resolution sensors. The new IMX586 48 MP sensor will arrive in future smartphones for better photography.

Sony’s 48 Megapixel Camera Sensor will Arrive in Futur Smartphones

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The CMOS image sensor for smartphone cameras sports 0.8-micron pixels. However, this miniaturization of pixel size could affect low-light photography, capturing more noise. For this, Sony uses the same technique as Huawei of combining four pixels to raise sensitivity and delivering a 12-megapixel image.

The Sony IMX586 Smartphone Camera Sensor implements the Quad Bayer 2×2 pixel array. This means on most occasions it will bin four pixels together outputting the equivalent of a 12MP sensor with large 1.6 μm pixels.

Price and Availability of Sony IMX586 Smartphone Camera Sensor:

The company has confirmed that the sample shipments will begin from September. Moreover, the price of IMX586 CMOS image sensor will be JPY 3,000 excluding additional taxes that vary with each country.

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