Apple iPhone 15 series smartphones are going to be live after almost a year. However, the specifications are still being tipped about the new flagship smartphones. They are surfacing online.
As smartphones are still being developed, there is some exciting news for users. As per the news, Apple iPhone 15 lineup plans on using a new Sony camera sensor. However, this sensor has not debuted yet.
Sony Camera Sensor For Apple iPhone 15 Series
According to the report from Nikkei, Apple may use Sony’s newest “state of the art” camera sensor for their new Apple iPhone 15 series smartphones. This will double the saturation signal in each pixel. If compared to the standard sensors.
It will enable the sensor to capture more light for reducing underexposure and overexposure for better performance.
As per the news, Sony will use semiconductor architecture that puts photodiodes and transistors onto separate layers. It will allow for more photodiodes. The company has been trying to have significant differences between the non-Pro and Pro models of the phones.
But it is not known if the new camera sensors may limit to the Apple iPhone 15 Pro models or come for the entire lineup.
The latest smartphone stands out to come with a significant upgrade. In comparison to the current-generation models. However, if we believe the suggested reports and leaks.
Design Of Upcoming Smartphones
The smartphones may come with a new rounded design. They are likely to have a titanium build. The phones will also switch from its proprietary Lightning port to the USB Type-C port.
They are suggested to have power from an updated Apple A17 Bionic chipset. It may manufacture through a 3nm process. They may even come with updated zoom technology.
As Apple is working on a periscope telephoto lens for improving the optical zoom capabilities. It will allow for 10x optical zoom on the upcoming iPhones.
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