Sunday, April 3, 2011

8 Megapixels camera for the iPhone 5?

The fifth-generation iPhone, whose output would only be scheduled for late summer, early fall 2011, could host a photo sensor with a resolution of 8 Megapixels.
Apple would have the intention to align with the smartphones market with a sensor to 8 Megapixels. To achieve this, the Cupertino company should change partners. OmniVision sensors provides 3.2 Megapixels for iPhone 3G and the iPhone 5 to 4 Megapixels. But the company is unable to deliver timely sensor 8 Megapixels.

Sony could take the market some time to provide these famous sensors already installed the Sony Xperia Neo and the CMOS sensor which is capable of making good pictures even in low light situations.In any case, what Howard Stringer , CEO of Sony , said during an interview with Walt Mossberg (and confirmed by the Wall Street Journal ) about the state of Sony's factories including one which product photo sensors intended for smartphones, has been damaged by the tsunami in the town of Sendai.
This interview was granted Friday, April 1, one can always think it is just a hoax, but it could come corroborate previous rumors that Apple would not be able to distribute the iPhone fifth generation before the end of summer, early fall 2011.


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