The era of high-pixel photography for smartphones has arrived. 100-megapixel sensors have been used in many mobile phones from Xiaomi, Honor and other companies. Samsung launched the 200-megapixel sensor ISOCELL HP1 in September last year. Now the domestic company OmniVision has also launched A 200 million pixel sensor OVB0B.
OVB0B is the world’s smallest 0.61μm pixel size 200 million resolution image sensor for the high-end smartphone market, 1/1.28-inch outsole, 200 million pixels (16384 x 12288 pixels) resolution, unique 16-cell binning technology The 12.5-megapixel mode delivers premium video and preview quality, especially in low-light conditions.
In addition, the OVB0B is also the first 200-megapixel image sensor whose entire area can be used for phase-detection autofocus using QPD (Quad-Phase Detection) technology.
In terms of video, OVB0B has the industry’s first 16-cell binning function for 4K2K video, and its sensitivity is 16 times that of similar products. In low-light environments, 12.5 megapixel performance and 2.44 µm equivalent pixel size can be achieved using 4×4 binning.
The OVB0B also supports 50-megapixel video at 24 frames per second (fps) and 8K video at 30fps, with 1.22 µm equivalent performance, and the OVB0B also supports 3-exposure HDR output at 30 frames per second for 12.5-megapixel photos.
According to reports, OVB0B supports CPHY, DPHY and dual DOVDD (1.8V and 1.2V), and samples of OVB0B are now available.
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