iPhone 7 dual camera module manufacturer revealed
According to Economic Daily News, the Taiwanese camera module manufacturer will be developing at least some of the dual-camera modules in the yet unreleased iPhone 7.
How can dual-cameras be used?
Dual-camera modules seem to be all the rage these days, with Xiaomi the latest to bite onto the trend.
Interestingly there are more several ways a dual-camera setup can be utilized. The HTC One M8 uses their dual-camera setup to offer a shallow depth of field giving SLR type bokeh. The Huawei P9 uses dual-camera to improve image detail and reduce noise, and the LG G5 promises optical zoom quality. It’s not yet known how Apple will implement the dual-camera setup in the iPhone 7.
It’s not yet revealed which sensor Primax Electronics will be utilizing in the iPhone 7. It’s important to remember that the sensor is only a small part of a camera. What’s equally important is the lens, module electronics, and jpg engine algorithms used to process the data from the module.
Will all iPhone 7’s be dual-camera?
No. The smaller 4.7″ variant of the iPhone 7 will carry a single rear camera.
What about MP?
It hasn’t been announced how many MP the iPhone 7 main camera will carry, but according to sources, about 70% of Primax modules come with 13MP sensor resolution, which could indicate where the iPhone 7 is headed in terms of MP.
Why should we care?
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