Get Ready for the Oppo Find X7 Pro’s Incredible Camera Sensor – Coming Soon!

Sony and Oppo have formed a partnership to use Sony’s new Lytia dual-layer stacked CMOS sensors in Oppo’s upcoming flagship phones. The new sensors are expected to debut on the Find X7 Pro soon, according to a teaser shared by Sony Lytia’s Weibo account.

The Sony LYT-900 sensor, announced back in June, is a 50MP 1-inch type stacked CMOS sensor with 1.6μ pixels. The new design separates the transistors and photodiode layers, allowing for physically larger diodes, more light capture, and better low-light performance. Oppo has also detailed its next-gen Hasselblad HyperTone camera system, which will feature four camera sensors, Hasselblad color calibration, and a class-leading zoom lens.

The Find X7 Pro is rumored to launch with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, up to 16GB RAM, 1TB storage, and satellite connectivity. It will be joined by the vanilla Find X7, which will feature the Dimensity 9300 chipset and 100W charging.

The partnership between Sony and Oppo is expected to bring high-quality imaging technology to Oppo’s upcoming flagship smartphones, enhancing the overall camera performance and image quality for users. With the new sensors and camera system, Oppo aims to compete with other smartphone manufacturers in the market and provide users with a top-tier photography experience.

The Find X7 Pro’s launch, featuring the new Sony LYT-900 sensor, is highly anticipated by smartphone enthusiasts as it promises to deliver exceptional camera capabilities and overall performance. With the combination of Sony’s advanced sensor technology and Oppo’s innovative camera system, the Find X7 Pro is poised to set a new standard for smartphone photography. Stay tuned for more updates on the official release of the Find X7 Pro and its groundbreaking camera capabilities.