The news that circulated during this say if Samsung uses a camera sensor made by Sony for the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 +. However, according to a report from Sam Mobile recently said that if there are variants of the Galaxy S8 uses a camera sensor made in System LSI. The company reportedly is a subsidiary of Samsung.
By doing so, it can be ascertained if Samsung uses two different camera sensors for Galaxy S8 and S8 +. It also does Samsung’s previous generation smartphone, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Galaxy Galaxy S6 Edge and generation.
Some units Galaxy S8 and S8 + sensor using ISO CELL S5K2L2 of System LSI for rear-facing camera, while the other units using the latest camera sensor from Sony IMX333. Both models are sensor 1 / 2:55 inches with a resolution of 12.2 megapixels, Dual Pixel phase-detection autofocus, OIS, F1.7 aperture and 4K video recording. Thus, the quality of images and videos to be the same from both sensors.
Similar is the case with front-facing camera on the smartphone. Some units use IMX320 sensor from Sony, while others use a sensor S5K3H1 of System LSI. Both sensors have a resolution of 8 megapixels, with autofocus mechanism, and the ability to record video up to a resolution of QHD, which the HDR and EIS feature will be disabled in this mode. No matter where the sensor used in the Galaxy unit S8 or S8 +, both are equally able to produce an impressive image.