iPhone 4G to have 5 Megapixel Camera

By | December 23rd, 2009

The next generation iPhone 4G will hit the shelves in June 2010 at WWDC and we’re able to confirm that it’s highly likely that it will have 5 Megapixel camera. OmniVision technologies, the supplier of CMOS image sensor for iPhone 3GS has confirmed about 40-45 million Image sensor of 5 megapixels for iPhone 4G. These numbers are almost twice as much as the previous order for iphone 3GS, so we can expect Apple to aim bigger sale this time.

iPhoneOS3.1 iPhone 4G to have 5 Megapixel Camera

Aptina Imaging provided 2-megapixel CMOS image sensor solution to apple for iPhone 3G but were replaced by OmniVision who sold about 20-21 million 3.2 megapixel CIS to Apple this year (an estimation) for iPhone 3G S. Apple is continuing the contract with OmniVision for the next year and plans to get 40-45 millions 5 megapixel sensors for it’s new Next Generation iPhone.

Via Redmondpie

  • http://www.2828.bz/ Stephen

    somehow I still feel that the camera on the Iphone is still not so good for taking picture
    Hope they will improve this.

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  • http://www.premierteaminternational.net/ premier team international

    i really hope the iphone gets 5mp. they really need to up the sensor. other than that the phone is amazing and would never get another phone.