Industry’s Smallest 48MP Camera Sensor by OmniVision First 48 Megapixel, 0.8 Micron Image Sensor

This Year, We all know that OEM is been Crazy for 48MP Sensor. No matter Which Technology there are Using and Sensor Like Samsung 48MP ISOCELL Bright GM1 Sensor uses Pixel Binning Technology.

While Sony Support Natively Support 48MP as Sony IMX586. Some 48MP Image Sensor following up with the 48MP ISOCELL Bright GM2 and the 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1. In past, Manufacturer are Use OmniVision Camera Sensors like Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 and Moto G4 Plus.


The OmniVision Announced there 48MP OV48B Camera Sensor. Which Provide Digital Crop Zoom and CPHY Interface. Not to Mention Users are Demanding the High Resolution.

Sensor Provides High-End Resolution and Premium Image Quality for Smartphones

Mainstream Smartphone has an ideal Solution for there Smartphone, This OV48B Features 0.8 Micro Pixel Size. Make this Sensor one of the Smallest Camera Sensor in the Industry. Meanwhile, it is Based on PureCel plus Technology, WHich Offers a Digital Cropping Zoom and DPHY, CPHY MIPI Interface.

On the Other Hand, OV48B Integrates a 4-Cell Color Filter array and Re-Mosaic Algorithm Hardware to Produce a 48 Million Pixel Bayer Output in Realtime. Even it Can be Used for Rear Multi-Camera Setup Like Primary Camera, Wide-Angle and Telephoto Perfect Sensor for multi-Camera Setup. It can Consistently Click a Great Pictures without Motion blur.


Therefore, it can Use even Under low-Light Condition using a Pixel Binning Technology to Produce a 12MP using a 2X2 Microlens Phase Detection Autofocus (ML-PDAF). As it Having a DPHY, CPHY MIPI interface Means it allows users to Get a Fast Frame Rates and Fewer Pins.

You can also Use it for Video Recording at 4K @60fps, 2K @60fps, 1080 @240fps and 720 @480fps. We can Expect the Sensor to be Mass Produce in Q4 2019.

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