Sony is reportedly gearing up to launch two new camera sensors for flagship smartphones, the IMX903 and IMX907. Both sensors are expected to feature large pixel sizes, dual-layer transistor technology, and advanced autofocus systems.

The IMX903 is rumored to be a 48-megapixel sensor with a 1/1.14-inch sensor size. It will feature 1.4-micron pixels, which is larger than the pixels on most current smartphone sensors. This should allow the IMX903 to capture more light and produce images with less noise, especially in low-light conditions.

Sony's IMX903 and IMX907 Camera Sensors to Come With 1.4-micron Pixels | DroidAfrica

The IMX907 is a 50-megapixel sensor with a 1/1.12-inch sensor size. It will also feature 1.4-micron pixels, but it will use a sub-pixel arrangement that allows each pixel to effectively act as four smaller pixels. This should improve the sensor’s low-light performance even further.

Both the IMX903 and IMX907 are expected to use dual-layer transistor technology, which should improve the sensors’ dynamic range and sensitivity. They will also both feature advanced autofocus systems that use phase detection and contrast detection to quickly and accurately focus on subjects.

Sony's IMX903 and IMX907 Camera Sensors to Come With 1.4-micron Pixels | DroidAfrica

It is rumored that the IMX903 and IMX907 will debut in flagship Android smartphones in the fall of 2023. But given the overall pixel size of these new and upcoming sensors, the current IMX989 may still remain the top flagship sensor in the industry due to it 1-inch sensor size.



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