Apple is testing 64 million pixel iPhone 12 to book DXO first?
By Fernande Guy 2020-03-09 1547 16
Judging from the previous revelations of the blogger, the credibility of the news is still relatively high. If this information is true, then Apple will make significant progress in photography and flight range this time. I don't know if it is affected by the arms race on pixels by mobile phone manufacturers such as Xiaomi, but it would be very unexpected if the iPhone 12 uses a 64 million-pixel lens this time.
After all, Apple is cautious, even stingy, in providing users with higher-pixel cameras. The rear 12-megapixels lens scheme has been in use from the iPhone 6s released in 2015 to the iPhone 11 series in 2019.
Compared to the high resolution of high pixels, Apple pays more attention to the high dynamic range and low noise brought about by larger unit pixel size. After all, the number of pixels is not the only factor that determines the quality of a photo, and increasing the number of pixels on the premise of the same sensor area will inevitably reduce the area of a single pixel, resulting in the loss of dynamic range and low illumination shooting performance.
If Apple increases the pixel several times to 64 million pixels this time, its camera sensor size will also increase a lot. In addition, ISP and A-Series processors are expected to have significant upgrades to reduce imaging delays and maintain a smooth experience. Do you think it is possible to book DXOMARK first for this kind of iPhone,?
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