Rumors and Other Questionable News

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Digitimes publishes an article saying that “Samsung Electronics is reportedly set to implement a US$ 100 billion sensor development project seeking to tap the lucrative worldwide sensor market.

SparrowNews quotes Chinese sources talking about “Sony Black Technology” used in not-yet-announced IMX686 sensor for smartphones:

Sony officially said that Sony Black Technology not only created a variety of high-quality professional imaging equipment, but also provided a core component – image sensor for many brands of smartphones. The new year is not far off, let’s look at the performance of the 2020 new cable image sensor.” (Google translation)

Sony’s black technology not only creates a variety of high-quality professional imaging equipment, but also for a number of brands of smartphones to take pictures of the core components – image sensors. The new year is not far away, together to see the performance of the new 2020 Sotheby’s image sensor.” (Microsoft Bing translation)

SinoLink Securities expects Sony to unveil its 64MP 0.8um sensor till the end of this year. Possibly, the IMX686 is this sensor:

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