iPhone 7 Could Take Over The Galaxy S7 Camera Sensor

Shoot photos like with the Samsung Galaxy S7: the iPhone 7 with hardware components from Samsung will be equipped? The Korean manufacturer produced a part of processors for iPhones in the past though, but it was this order for the iPhone 7 apparently completely at chipmaker TSMC. Samsung will remain according to the boy genius report but still a chance–with camera sensors.

The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge have a very good camera. According to Samsung the in-house ISOCELL sensor is used, which can yield considerable results with large pixels despite lower resolution even in low light conditions. In practice, different sensors however as with the Galaxy S6 seem to have been obstructed, from Samsung cell phone, from Sony. Samsung offers the ISOCELL and other hardware manufacturers, so that Apple could use it for the iPhone 7.

iPhone 7 Could Take Over The Galaxy S7 Camera Sensor

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That would be at least in Samsung’s interest as the A10 processors for the iPhone 7 exclusively by TSMC, as insider sources claim. So far, Apple focuses on chips from Sony, so also in the iPhone 6s, which itself had to surrender some Android rivals into the DxOMark renowned camera test like the Galaxy S6 edge.

Although the camera software has a great influence on the image quality of photos, but maybe want to dare with something new to the iPhone 7 Apple and chooses Samsung as partner for sensors – if the South Korean company for plays with.