After Sony and Samsung both announced 48-megapixel sensors, smartphone vendors are increasingly adopting them in all price brackets. Both 48MP camera sensors from Sony and Samsung are similar, with 0.8µm pixels and an overall size of 1/2.0 inches. While’s Sony’s IMX 586 and Samsung’s GM1 sensors are similar, the Sony sensor uses a quad-Bayer design. This means that the adjacent 2x2 pixels are of the same colour, and the data from them is combined into one pixel. You can head here to read in detail about how these sensors work and the advantages they offer over competition. In this article, we will list all the new and upcoming smartphones that bring 48MP cameras with them.
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