OmniVision OV64B is the world’s smallest 64 MP sensor with a pixel size of only 0.7 microns.
Recently, OmniVision has introduced a 1/2 inch OV64B sensor, 64MP resolution with the world’s first 0.7-micron pixel size, to be used on upcoming ultra-thin high-end phone models. next.
For ease of comparison, the Samsung sensor is SOCELL Bright GW1 64 MP which is larger (1 / 1.7 inch) due to the size of a 0.8 micron pixel. On the Sony side, the 64 MP IMX686 sensor also has a larger sensor size of 1 / 1.7 inch and a pixel size of 0.8 micron.
OmniVision OV64B is built on PureCel Plus-S stacking molding technology and 4 plate color filter (CFA) system. Besides the 64MP resolution image, the sensor can also output 16MP images with 4 times the sensitivity for better low-light images.
In terms of video recording capabilities, OmniVision OV64B supports 4K video recording with electronic image stabilization (EIS), 8K 30 fps video recording, and the ability to record slow-motion 240fps video at 1080p resolution and 480 fps resolution. 720p.
The OmniVision OV64B sensor also features 2 × 2 microlens focusing technology (ML-PDAF), which helps improve focus even in low-light environments.
OmniVision OV64B sensors will start being delivered to partners in May 2020. It is still not clear who will integrate the OmniVision OV64B sensor into their smartphones.