Nick Tagataka, 18 hours agoTell me which sensor released between October and November 2019 is 1/1.5" large?? And back in ... moreThe custom sensors have a number. Like the p30 pro had IMX 600y.
Unless you know the exact number, sensor size can't be confirmed.
IMX 686, IMX 53X, IMX 54X all are between 1/1.5" to 1/1.7".
Upcoming ones like IMX 555 in s20 is 1/1.7".
Upcoming IMX ? in Xperia 0 is 1/1.5".
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2020Why don't you tell me the Sony IMX model of it then? Coz I see plenty launched it Oct-Nov 201... moreTell me which sensor released between October and November 2019 is 1/1.5" large?? And back in 2017, Huawei was using 1/1.7" sensor while everyone else stuck with 1/2.55" ones. They use Sony's custom sensor so the size of other mobile phone sensors in the market is pretty much irrelevant.
Nick Tagataka, 16 Jan 2020Then let's see which one of us is right, usually when camera specs of phones are leaked info a... moreWhy don't you tell me the Sony IMX model of it then?
Coz I see plenty launched it Oct-Nov 2019 which had 1/1.5" or 1/1.7" sensors.
Didn't see any 1/3" sensor.
Even the Xperia using 1/1.5" for its upcoming flagship.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2020It's not a 1/1.3" sensor.
Most probably a 1/1.5" or 1/1.7.
They got the sensor size wrong. Lol what a wild speculation.
Knowing Huawei, they usually advancing their camera hardware setup. For sure they not gonna stick with 1/1.7聰 & most likely bigger than 1/1.5" in order to compete.
Anonymous, 16 Jan 2020It's not a 1/1.3" sensor. Most probably a 1/1.5" or 1/1.7. They got the sensor size wrong. Then let's see which one of us is right, usually when camera specs of phones are leaked info about the MP count and the sensor size come up with more certainty and then the pixel count is calculated based on those data. My bet is the leaker calculated the pixel pitch in a wrong way by treating the "inch" used for sensor size format as the actual unit inch, hence he/she got a smaller value than he/she should.
Nick Tagataka, 16 Jan 2020And did you even read all the comments I posted on this page before replying to me? I'm sugges... moreIt's not a 1/1.3" sensor.
Most probably a 1/1.5" or 1/1.7.
They got the sensor size wrong.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020No it won't be 2.3 effective pixel size for p40 pro since Huawei uses 4to1 pixel binning while... moreAnd did you even read all the comments I posted on this page before replying to me? I'm suggesting that the pixel size mentioned in this article is incorrect because 52MP sensor with 0.96µm pixels would be a lot smaller than 1/1.3". If S20U and P40P will have similarly sized sensor with similar native resolution (12MP vs 13MP after pixel binning) then the effective pixel size should be also roughly the same, hence I got 2.31µm through some simple calculations.
Finaly a flagship device without an ugly notch or a punch hole or something disgusting like that great.
Shui8, 15 Jan 2020That seems more appropriate. Even on previous P20, Mate 20 & P30 (Pro) has the 2.0 micron ... moreIt's not a downgrade.
10mp pics achieved with 2.0 micron effective pixel size vs 13mp pics achieved with 1.92 micron effective pixel size.
Plus a few other things from the sensor would be refined compared to previous 40mp sensor on Huawei phones.
Nick Tagataka, 15 Jan 2020If the rumour that P40 Pro will have a 1/1.3" sensor is true, it will have 2.31 micron pixels ... moreNo it won't be 2.3 effective pixel size for p40 pro since Huawei uses 4to1 pixel binning while Samsung does 9to1 pixel binning. The resolution is different and individual pixel size is also different inspite of similar sized sensor.
P40 pro with 4to1 pixel binning gives you effective pixel size of 1.92 micron since individual pixel size is 0.96 micron (0.96*2=1.92)
S20 ultra with 9to1 pixel binning gives you effective pixel size of 2.4 micron since individual pixel size is 0.8 micron (0.8*3=2.4)
Did you even read the article?
If also banned from using Google Services then hopefully Huawei is working overtime to make its own.
I don't understand the craze of curved screen.
Just so that u can claim STB ratio?
"The sensor pixel size is 0.96µm, which means the 13 MP shots will have an effective pixel size of 1.92µm, which is definitely big."
Didn't all previous 40MP P and Mate phones have an effective pixel size of 2.0µm?
Kress, 15 Jan 2020Also with no Google services. Meaning just for mainland China :)Meaning that you have to install them manually! In europe, or in the rest of the world.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020Such generalized garbage can only come from arm chair experts. HMX series is miles better tha... moreIf the rumour that P40 Pro will have a 1/1.3" sensor is true, it will have 2.31 micron pixels which are only ~8% smaller than S20 Ultra's 2.4 micron ones. The difference will be mainly in colour reproduction (where S20U theoretically have an advantage over P40P due to Bayer CFA), low light performance and detail rendition (P40P should be better at those two given both devices will carry over the same image processing from their respective predecessors).
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020I think no other manufacturer will overtake Samsung this year in camera department. P40 pro s... moreThat's only if Samsung will use better software processing that can fully utilise the sensor's true potential. Other companies you just listed have been usually better than Samsung in this regard.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2020Such generalized garbage can only come from arm chair experts. HMX series is miles better tha... moreWow didn't know you've prototyped both these sensors to know witch is better overall
Every brand will come with super resolutions and multi-cameras, real world usage will be the most important however. Looking forward to p40pro-s20ultra-xperia0 camera battle. Though with some using different approach, like s20 with 1.8um pixels, its hard to call it inferior as it should produce better colors. Wonder if huawei also got such sort of black horse...