Now, 200MP is kind of overkill, kind of how phones with 108MP sensors are, except that this is a bit more extreme.
The ZTE Axon 30 Pro 5G is also rumored to pack Qualcomm's fastest chip yet, the Snapdragon 888, and be equipped with the same company's Spectra 580 ISP. In the meantime, it is worth remembering that the previous phone of the series, the Axon 20, went down in history as the first smartphone with a sub-screen camera.
According to a tipster named WHYLAB, who posted on Weibo, the ZTE Axon 30 Pro 5G is going to feature a new sensor from Samsung that has yet to be announced; the sensor will be able to support a 200MP main camera. Shockingly, it is still the only smartphone available to buy in the market with this feature.
The Samsung sensor also comes with 4-pixel merging technology in one point to support the production of a 50-megapixel image, or with 16: 1 that supports the production of 12.5-megapixel photos.
It includes the capability of the sensor to provide support for a video recording of up to 16K in resolution. According to the leaks, the Axon 30 Pro will be a camera-centric smartphone thanks to the 200MP sensor that Axon 30 Pro will be rocking. However, whether the Axon 30 Pro will use this resolution is a matter of curiosity.
Apart from this newly leaked sensor, it was previously claimed that Samsung is working on an incredible 600 Megapixel sensor. "It has a sensor size of 1/1.37", a pixel size of 1.28um, and a pixel focus size of 0.64um. Although there is no official share from the company about the 200 Megapixel camera and processor, the poster prepared for the processor has emerged.