According to reports, the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will include even more Samsung-built ISOCELL cameras sensors than the Pixel 6 series did. That is based on recently leaked information that suggests a switch for one of the next devices’ camera sensors.
Of course, the majority of the camera sensors used in the upcoming Pixel 7 series will be comparable to those used in the device’s predecessor. That shouldn’t come as a huge surprise because Google has always been slow to swap sensors. Instead, the business has decided to concentrate mainly on the software side of the problem.
The telephoto snapper is the only one affected by the alteration in question. According to reports, the search engine giant will switch from the Sony-built IMX576 sensor to the Samsung ICOSELL GM1 sensor. The latter features phase-detection autofocus and fits a 48-megapixel resolution into a half-inch footprint. Along with features like FullHD at up to 120 frames per second and 4K video capability.
Advertisement WHAT OTHER CAMERA SENSORS ARE PLANNED FOR USE BY THE GOOGLE PIXEL 7 AND PIXEL 7 PRO? The forward-facing cameras are also expected to have a similar set of features. Nevertheless, using dual-pixel autofocus rather than phase-detection. A Samsung ISOCELL 3J1 11-megapixel sensor with a third-inch dimension and 1.22m pixel size will be used to deliver pictures.
For ultrawide pictures, the company will continue to use Sony sensors. If the reports are to be trusted, then yes. Specifically, the Sony IMX381 12-megapixel sensor. While keeping the same main camera as the Google Pixel 6 series. Specifically, Google is still using the 50-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL GN1 camera from earlier models.
ANOTHER TWO PIXEL-BRANDED HANDSETS ARE ON THE WAY? In addition to those alleged leaks, sources also indicate to the introduction of a Pixel foldable and a third, as of yet unreleased Pixel 7 device. Apparently intended for development under the codename Lynx is the first.
Advertisement The primary camera on Lynx is the same as that on the other Pixel 7 models, according to rumors. For zoomed photos, a Sony IMX787 sensor has been paired with that. Additionally, it has a Sony IMX 712 front-facing camera sensor.
The latter device, which is allegedly a foldable with the Pixel name, makes use of the same ISOCELL GN1 as the Pixel 7 range. However, if the reports are true, Google is using a Sony IMX386 in conjunction with this for ultrawide shots. A Sony IMX363 is also included for zoomed images. According to rumors, the Pixel foldable would have an 11-megapixel Sony IMX355 selfie camera on the front.