The magic6 camera incorporates the same 1-inch sensor
It is claimed that the highest Honor is reserved for The magic6 camera incorporates the same 1-inch sensor as the Xiaomi 14 Ultra, and its practice overcomes a flaw that has been identified.
A new magic6 camera says that the Honor Magic6 Camera smartphone series will be equipped with a large 1-inch sensor that will also be employed in the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. This sensor will reportedly be used in both of these devices. This sensor, which reportedly solves a problem that is widespread in smartphone photography, will be included into both of these products in some capacity.
Recently, the well-known leaker Digital Chat Station provided some information about the probable and exciting features that will be featured in the next Honor Magic6 series of smartphones on the Chinese social media platform Weibo.
According to the information that he has, it seems that the Magic6 Camera that are included in this package are going to be the first ones on the market to be equipped with an OmniVision OV50K sensor. According to a leak that leaked a few of weeks ago, this is the same sensor that is also reported to be present in the Xiaomi 14 Ultra. This information comes from the smartphone.
The yet-to-be-launched successor of the OV50H in 1/1.3 inch size, which can be found in a variety of various devices such as the iQOO 12 (Pro), will be offered in 1 inch format and will provide 50 megapixels. This successor will be introduced in 1 inch format. In terms of its performance, it is anticipated to be on par with that of the 1-inch Sony IMX989 sensor. Additionally, the leaker describes brand new LOFIC technology, which is believed to resolve a problem that has been detected inside the field of smartphone photography.
“Lateral Overflow Integration Capacitor” is what the letters LOFIC stand for when they are shortened into an acronym. It is said that the OmniVision OV50K is able to solve this problem with LOFIC due to the fact that it does not use further charge after it reaches a predetermined limit. As a consequence of this, recordings that are both detailed and free of contamination should be possible even when the level of light is high.
In addition, the Honor Magic6 model series, which will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 CPU, will offer eye tracking as well as a range of other exciting features, in addition to satellite connection. Although it was believed that this would be the case with the Honor Magic6 Ultimate a few months ago, the inclusion of a 200-megapixel periscope telephoto camera in the series has not yet been verified, despite the fact that this was assumed to be the case with the device.