Smartphone flagship battle: from sensors to modules to image quality – WebcastRegister now
Market, technology, cost and performance analysis of the latest Apple, Samsung and Huawei smartphone flagships
The CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) market reached $20.7B revenue with a 7.3% Year-on-Year growth rate amid a global epidemic crisis and trade war issues between the US and China. Yole forecasts a 7.2% Compound Annual Growth Rate for the 2020-2026 timeframe, with revenue reaching $31.5B within five years. The growth is still primarily powered by mobile, comprising 71% of the market. But security and automotive have now become the two secondary growth engines for CIS demand.
This webcast will present and compare information about the front and rear red/green/blue cameras from the three smartphone market leaders, Samsung, Huawei, and Apple, based on detailed optical and scanning electron microscope images of the modules and the image sensors.
Moreover, the webcast will provide insight into the design choices, manufacturing technologies, supply chains, and costs that went into them.
And, as the leader in quality assessment of consumer electronics, DXOMARK has measured and compared the performance of top brand smartphone flagships in terms of camera performance. From specifications to actual photo and video quality, DXOMARK will share its views on trends, disparities, ongoing and upcoming technical challenges.
CMOS Image Sensor Quarterly Market Monitor
The CIS industry is still growing fast, but 2021 may have some worries.
Status of CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2021
The CMOS Image Sensor industry maintained significant 7.3% YoY growth in 2020, reaching $20.7B.
Camera Modules Comparison 2021 – Vol. 1
Technology and cost comparison of visual spectrum cameras in the 2020 flagships: the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Huawei P40 Pro.
Camera Module Comparison 2021 Vol. 2 – Apple iPhone Evolution
Apple’s camera design choices from the iPhone 6S Plus to the 12 Pro Max.
Camera Module Comparison 2021 Vol. 3 – Samsung Galaxy S Evolution
Samsung Galaxy S camera design choices, technical and cost evolution from the S7 to the S21 Ultra.
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