Sony’s first 1-inch camera sensor is in the final stages of production. According to reports, the Huawei P50 series will be the first phones to use Sony’s 1-inch IMX800 sensor.
According to the revealer , the RODENT950 will soon be the first 1-inch sensor for mobile phones, and the flagships of the Huawei P50 series will be the first devices to use it. The sensor is the Sony IMX800 and will likely be unveiled in April (late April).
The leaked information shows the camera specifications of these phones. The flagship P-Series, which will likely be the P50 Pro Plus, will feature a wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens and a periscope lens. In addition, we will see a 3D ToF sensor (flight duration camera).
The next model of Huawei’s flagship will be the P50 Pro, which also uses a periscope lens in this product, but there will be no telephoto and ToF lenses. Finally, the regular P50 will have wide, ultra-wide and telephoto sensors.
Looking back, just as all three products in the P40 series had the Sony 1.1-inch IMX700 lens, the main camera of all three of Huawei’s future flagships will probably be the one-inch IMX800. According to unofficial information, the Huawei P50 series will be unveiled in late March.
The revealer believes that the Sony IMX800 sensor, like the IMX700, will have a 50-megapixel resolution and a RYYB color filter. The sensor will compete with Samsung’s GN2, a 50-megapixel, 1.1-inch sensor that uses Dual Pixel AF technology.