Phones with 100MP and 64 MP cameras approaching soon

March 15th, 2019   Mobi   news Tags:

Qualcomm is a important phone chipset maker, and it operates on on 65% Android gadgets. Recently, Qualcomm unveiled its new flagship chipset – Sd 855 carrying enhancements above its predecessor. The San Diego, California based company is a primary player enabling improved photography experiences above smartphones. However, week ago company claimed in updated specs sheets that their chipsets already support 192 Megapixel digital cameras.

Phones with 100MP and 64 MP cameras approaching soon

At initial, with no one thought in new specs and termed it as a marketing gimmick. Presently, above a telephonic session with media, Judd Heape, Senior Director of Product Management acknowledged the difference. He explained that the existing chipsets already support 192 megapixels, however without attributes which includes MFNR (multi-frame noise reduction) and ZSL (zero shutter lag). In other words, if manufacturers need to utilize noise reduction and zero lag features, they have to limit hardware at 30fps or 60fps modes with the lower resolution.

“We updated the specs to show what the world’s biggest picture sensor that could be connected to Snapdragons,” Heape asserted during his over an hour-long conversation with Indian tech journalists.

It means chipsets these types of as Snapdragon 670, Sd 675, Snapdragon 710, Snapdragon 845, and the Sd 855 Additionally supports 48 MP cameras with no any software/hardware upgrade.

Currently, with no company supports 192 Megapixel sensor, however as according to Judd, higher than 48 resolution would be a reality soon. Some OEMs are working to present smartphones carrying 100MP and 64MP camera sensors by this year. He didn’t tell any additional details this kind of as launch date and names of OEMs.

Talking about the HDR10+ video recording future perspectives, Judd added, Qualcomm is working to bring it on Sd 865. Although, the company’s PR team quickly mentioned that the name Sd 865 hasn’t been finalized.


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