iPhone 5 Use 8 MP Sony Sensor Camera

By: Infocellular
After the iPhone 5 is scheduled to attend the third quarter of 2011, Apple was reportedly going to use a camera sensor made ​​by Sony with a resolution of 8 megapixels for advanced products, the iPhone 4.

As we all know, Apple previously used a camera sensor made ​​by OmniVision to iPhone 4 (5 megapixels), and the iPhone 3G and 3GS (3.2 megapixels). However, due to certain reasons Apple was 'move the heart' to Sony as the manufacturer of sensors on board camera.

It also had inadvertently mentioned by the CEO of Sony, Sir Howard Stringer. On an occasion when he spoke at Carnegie Hall in New York, he commented on the continued generation iPhone 4.

According to Electronista, the migration of Apple to Sony is because OmniVision do not have 8-megapixel camera sensor, which is already available as scheduled launch of the iPhone 5.

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