Samsung Galaxy S5 And Note 4 To Feature 16MP OIS Camera in 2014


Recent reports from the Chinese publication Etnews suggest that Samsung is going to use 16MP camera sensors with Optical Image Stabilization in all premium handsets that the company will launch in 2014.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 And Note 4 To Feature 16MP OIS Camera in 2014


According to the same source, Samsung has already placed orders for 181 million 16MP camera modules. Since, the same source has revealed yesterday that Samsung has plans to sell 360 million smartphones in 2014, out of which only 35% (126 million) will be "highly priced" devices. It would be interesting to see where the rest of the other 55 million 16MP camera modules will end up.

However, out of all the devices that are going to come out next year with 16MP camera sensors, Galaxy S5 and Note 4 could be taken as a possibility. According to the same publication, two weeks ago, Sony and Samsung's LSI division itself, are fighting to be the suppliers of 16MP camera module for the Galaxy S5.

Meanwhile, Sony has been offering camera sensors to latest devices like LG G2, Nexus 5, iPhone 5S, and even Samsung's Galaxy S4 and Note 3. So chances are that Sony could get the contract. But Samsung LSI on the other hand; has the advantage of being part of Samsung family. The Samsung branch has also recently introduced the ISOCELL mobile camera technology which offers a better exposure and less blur.

But still it is not sure as to who is selected to take the order for the new 16MP camera OIS sensors.


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