Leaked specifications sensor Sony IMX607, and you may end up in phone Huawei P30 Pro

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One of the users of the social network of Chinese Weibo know all about sensors, cameras, post some details about the sensor of Sony, which holds the name of the Sony IMX607. It is also believed that this sensor is sensor basic rear camera of the phone Huawei P30 Pro.

Sensor new the size of the 1/1.8-inch and accurately 38 megapixels which makes it almost the same sensor Sony IMX600 the user in the phone Huawei P20 Pro, but it adds something special to the mix, which is a set of pixels of white in addition to units of RGB. Instead of using the technique of Quad Bayer, this is the sensor new technology Dual Bayer with Matrix HDR Coding White.


Just as a reminder, uses the sensor Sony IMX600 the current in the two phones Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Mate 20 Pro a couple of pixels stained for a long two for short, and merge them in order to get the dynamic range optimizer. Will the new arrangement work the same, but it will be different.

Supposed to this allows the camera using the pixels of the White to pick up more light, and get a score better clarity and more detail without having to sensor additional monochromatic. In theory, it should help this also in night photography. For press automatic fast Health, has stepped up Sony of the game with technology Quad Pixel Phase Detection Auto Focus.


Include other specifications high SNR to get great performance in environments of low lighting and lowering the right colors, and compatibility with the sensors of temperature and pressure. Furthermore, the leaked document that this sensor is designed basically for photography at night, and you can ISO old 50/500/5000.

Still too early to tell whether these documents are real and if this sensor will end up in a flagship phone next buy Huawei, so please handle with all that has been said so far with the least amount of protection.



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