OPPO is working on its next flagship smartphone, i.e., the OPPO Find X7 Pro. According to the information shared by Tipster Digital Chat Station, the smartphone might use Sony’s new LYTIA camera sensor. It means that Sony’s new LYTIA camera sensor will be used by OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi. Basically, we are talking about the Sony LYT-900; the LYT refers to the LYTIA. According to the information, it will feature a new DCG (Dual Conversion Gain) technology, which is a stacked design technology.
Using this technology, the image quality is maintained just like the one provided by the 1-inch camera sensor. However, the image has a smaller footprint. For instance, the sensor used by the OnePlus Open is a stacked one that generates awesome results. According to the tipster, the OPPO Find X7 Pro is going to be the first smartphone to feature this camera sensor. Besides the OPPO Find X7 Pro, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra Vivo X100 Pro+ will also feature it. It is noteworthy that this camera sensor will be utilized by the three extremely potent flagships from China.
All flagships will feature different apertures and software features with the sensor
Although the three smartphones will be similar concerning the camera sensor, other differences will significantly improve the sensor’s performance. The companies might opt for different apertures and software features. In the case of the OPPO Find X7 Pro, the smartphone will feature Hasselblad’s expertise and color science. Whereas Leica lenses and expertise could be featured in the Xiaomi 14 Ultra and XEISS optics in the Vivo X100 Pro+.
As with their predecessors, it is anticipated that all three smartphones will yield excellent photo quality. The insider claims that the OPPO Find X7 Pro will have this camera sensor; however, the Vivo X100 Pro+ will be on sale first. We’ll see what happens, but that doesn’t make sense. Remind yourself that the Vivo X100 series will launch in ten days on November 13. Three smartphones, including the Vivo X100 Pro+, are anticipated.
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