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Samsung Wants to Become No.1

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We all know that Sony is no.1 Senor maker of the world. But, Now Samsung is looking more aggressive and wants to become No.1 Sensor maker. According to latest news coming from entnews Samsung Electronics is planning to increase its production capacity of image sensors and it also set a goal to become the top business in image sensor market by beating out SONY.

The Aim of Samsung is to dethrone Sony and become No.1 Sensor maker. Samsung is increasing production capacity to make more low-cost Dual ISO units for affordable smartphones. Xiaomi and Meizu are one of its biggest customers.

From past ten years the Smartphone sales are booming and specifically in Asian region. The worldwide camera sales declined upto 66% which is really heart-breaking news for dedicated system camera makers. src – CEA

Keep in mind that Samsung isn’t making any APS-C or FF Sensors dedicated for camera right now.  But, yes we do have some strong rumors related to the development of Samsung NX2 camera in near future.

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2 comments to Samsung Wants to Become No.1

  • Rainer

    Where do they want to sell all those sensors? As I am being told, smartphones do have two image sensors top and bottom. Are they going to plaster their sensors all around the phone 😉

  • etudiant

    A very informative background piece comparing Samsung’s production capacity plans with Sony’s is here:
    http://image-sensors-world.blogspot.com/2018/03/samsung-cis-production-capacity-to-beat.html
    The volume drivers are smart phones and automotive, not stand alone cameras. So the push for leadership in image sensor capacity does not indicate any Samsung interest in returning to the camera market.

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