Qualcomm Silently Includes 192-Megapixel Support For a Few Of Its Chipsets

Qualcomm Silently Includes 192-Megapixel Support For a Few Of Its Chipsets

With the cameras being imperative in smartphones, OEMs are including 48-megapixel sensors on cell phones, directly from the budget-friendly to premium ones. To push things further, Qualcomm, as a chipmaker, is playing its part to guarantee chipsets support high-resolution cameras as well. On one hand, there is Xiaomi with the 48-megapixel bandwagon, and Nokia, with its Nokia 9 PureView, has included 5 camera sensors at the back. From its appearance, OEMs are effectively testing to drive the camera limits with cell phones. Presently, spotted by XDADevelopers, Qualcomm has quietly refreshed camera specifications for a few of its Snapdragon cellphone platforms.




The chipsets which we are focusing on here are the lead Snapdragon 855 and Snapdragon 845 SoCs, trailed by the mid-run Snapdragon 710, Snapdragon 675 and Snapdragon 670 chipsets. Also, 192-megapixels is only as far as possible for a solitary camera ISP, and it doesn’t mean we are going to see cell phones with such high-resolution sensors any time soon. For the high resolutions camera sensor, devices should part go highlights, for example, multi-frame noise reduction (MFNR) and zero shutters (ZSL), to work well with the 192-megapixel sensor. As of now, we will have to wait for the time when we see smartphones with such big sensors.




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