Apple iPhone 12: Three different vendors for photo modules
The news about the future Apple smartphones do not cease to arrive. In the past few days, several sources seem to have confirmed what will be the main suppliers of the photo modules of the new iPhone 12. Considering that we will have four different models, it has been suggested that there will be three suppliers for the modules. Let’s find out together how they will share the work.
Apple smartphones are becoming more and more elaborate. In terms of cameras, there should be a big update this year. On the front, in fact, the cameras will change significantly due to the reduction of the notch, on the back, however, there will be the introduction of the long-awaited LiDAR sensor (only on high-end models). Here is who will take care of the production.
Apple: here are the names of the suppliers of the photo modules
As reported by Digitimes, the photo modules of the future iPhone 12 will be produced by 3 different companies: LG, Sharp And O-Film. LG will take care of the entire production of the modules for the high-end models (triple camera + LiDAR sensor). Sharp and O-Film, on the other hand, will both take care of the production of sensors for the standard iPhone 12 (dual camera). They will share the work, 60/70% will go to Sharp and 30/40% to O-Film.
We reiterate what will be the main features of the 4 models. All will be equipped with OLED displays. There will be two high-end models, one with a 6.1 inch and one with a 6.7 in. There will be 2 standard models, one with a 5.4 inches and one with a 6.1 inch. Memory cuts will start from 128 GB. The prices of the devices will remain in line with those of the current generation. Look forward to any updates in this regard.