OPPO last year was the first to use the Sony IMX766 sensor, with 1/1.56-inch large base, a single 1.0μm large pixels, with OPPO’s research moonlight night video algorithm, the amount of light compared to IMX586 63.8% increase. The known models equipped with IMX766 are OPPO Reno5 Pro+ 5G, Find X3/X3 Pro, OnePlus 9/9 Pro, Nord 2 5G, Realme GT Master Explorer Edition, iQOO 8, etc.
According to the latest report from Digital Chat Station, OPPO is working on a new flagship phone which will debut soon. According to the source, Oppo and Kodak jointly design this new flagship.
As per the tipster, the smartphone maker is working with Kodak to produce a smartphone that will be a tribute to the classic Kodak camera design. So, the company is expected to use the new Sony IMX766 50MP sensor in the camera of the smartphone. Along with this, the new Oppo smartphone is also said to incorporate a large sensor in its ultrawide camera as well. The company is also said to include a 13MP telephoto lens and a 3MP microscope camera in the smartphone.
Digital Chat Station further reported that there are many new IMX766 and Samsung GN5 machines behind, all with 50MP 1/1.5″ specifications and the addition of new technologies from various companies, almost like a new public version CMOS, with a product line covering 7,000 Yuan price range flagships from thousand Yuan machines.
Apart from this, no other information about this upcoming smartphone is available right now. Recently, Oppo revealed its plans for the rollout of ColorOS 12 based on Android 12. Oppo has confirmed that the ColorOS 12 based on Android 12 will be introduced by mid-to-late September.