Another 200 million pixel mobile phone sensor arrives: Howe releases OVB0B

Before Samsung released the ISOCELL HP1, many people were surprised and confused by this 200-megapixel sensor, and Howe, unwilling to be outdone, also recently announced its mobile phone sensor with the same 200-megapixel design-OVB0B. The amazing parameters of 200 million pixels are still a bit stretched in the sensor size that is generally not large enough for mobile phones. Although OVB0B has a large photosensitive area of 1/1.28", its single pixel size is still only 0.61μm. For comparison, the Samsung HP1 with a size of 1/1.22" is also only 0.64μm, which shows that 200 million pixels are on the mobile phone sensor. It is indeed a bit too stressful. However, it also supports the 16-in-1 pixel synthesis technology, which becomes 12.5 million pixels, and the equivalent pixel size can also be increased to 2.44μm. The imaging effect is still worth looking forward to. If you like digital technology information, remember to click to subscribe.

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