Samsung positions second in smartphone camera sensor market

Samsung is among the world’s top versatile camera sensor producers. It makes ISOCELL-marked camera sensors for cell phones and contends with Sony in the section. As indicated by the most recent report from Strategy Analytics, Sony, Samsung, and OmniVision positioned first, second, and third, individually, in H1 2020.

During the main portion of 2020, the South Korean company’s income share in the versatile camera sensor market was 32%, while Sony’s income share was an incredible 44%. Chinese picture sensor firm OmniVision’s income share was 9%. On account of the rising interest for multi-camera cell phones, the portable camera sensor market developed 15% year-on-year income development to reach $6.3 billion.

Stephen Entwistle, VP of the Strategic Technologies Practice at Strategy Analytics, stated, “The picture sensor market development was eased back by the effect of the pandemic on the general smartphone market. Nonetheless, the energy around high pixel sensors and the utilization of different cameras in cell phones is relied upon to shape a solid development way for the picture sensor market in the second 50% of 2020.”

Samsung began delivering super high goal sensors a few years back. In the wake of dispatching 48MP and 64MP camera sensors in 2019, the organization dispatched sensors with much higher pixel tally. The ISOCELL HM1 and the ISOCELL HMX highlight 108MP sensors that have been utilized in cell phones from different brands, including Samsung and Xiaomi.

Recently, Samsung likewise delivered the ISOCELL GN1 sensor with 50MP goal and double pixel self-adjust. It would seem that a sweet spot where OEMs don’t need to forfeit pixel check, pixel size, or self-adjust dependability. The organization has plans to deliver 150MP, 250MP, and even 600MP sensors for cell phones and the car business.

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