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Sony developing new photo light sensor

Technology is similar to a recently unveiled chip from Omnivision.

By June 13, 2008


Next iPhone may have 1080p-capable hi-def camera

Apple's next iPhone could have a camera capable of recording 1080p video, now that sensor supplier OmniVision has upgraded its wares.

By May 19, 2011


Sony sensor found inside iPhone 5s

The boffins at iFixit have uncovered yet another Sony sensor inside the latest iPhone.

By September 22, 2013


Will this sensor power your next smartphone's camera?

OmniVision's slimmed-down 8-megapixel OV8850 sensor promises to bring full HD video capture with image stabilization to next-gen smartphones and tablets.

By August 4, 2011


iPhone 5 camera powered by Sony sensor

Photography is ever more important in smartphone usage, and a close-up view shows that Sony got the coveted spot supplying the sensor for Apple's new smartphone.

By September 23, 2012


Is this LG's Nexus 5?

Is LG trying to throw a spoiler on the Galaxy S4 launch? And what's the connection to the upcoming Ubisoft game Watch Dogs?

By March 17, 2013


Is this LG Nexus 5 leak the future? Or fantasy?

These rumored specs for one of a handful of prototypes Google could be evaluating are almost too good to be true.

By March 16, 2013


iPhone 5 set for 8-megapixel camera as Sony boss spills image sensor beans

Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer seemingly let the cat out of the bag on the iPhone 5's camera, after confirming on stage at a conference that his company is supplying image sensors to Apple.

By April 4, 2011


Did Sony CEO leak plans for iPhone 5 camera?

Reports say Sony chief may have let slip that Sony is making camera components for Apple's next-generation iPhone--and that delivery of the components is delayed due to factory damage in Japan.

By April 2, 2011


Sushi photo could come from the iPhone 5

A photo of a plate of sushi making the rounds today appears to be taken by Apple's next iPhone. Posted to Flickr, it's listed as an iPhone 4, but the EXIF data says otherwise.

By September 7, 2011