Demand for SONY image sensors has declined in the first half of 2020 compared to other years, according to reports.

The year 2020 is a year in which every smartphone manufacturer as well as their products will highlight the Camera Performance. They have now gone beyond just taking a normal photo of a smartphone to provide features that can be used for professional photography and videography. Also, every smartphone released this year has at least one dual-camera setup. The latest report on Smartphone Image Sensor Market Revenue Share in the first half of 2020 has been released.

According to Strategy Analytics, Sony was the largest contributor to production in the first half of 2020. That’s about 44%. However, according to this report, the competition from Samsung LSI, OmniVision and SK Hynix compared to previous years has caused some disruption to Sony’s manufacturing operations.

Samsung LSI is the second largest maker of smartphone image sensors. That’s because of their 64MP and 108MP high megapixel sensors. In third place is OmniVision.

The global CovID-19 epidemic has led to a decline in Image Sensor production in the first half of this year compared to previous years. Also, due to the ongoing CovID-19 epidemic, some decline in image sensor production can be expected in the future. However, the manufacturer has decided to re-launch the smartphone with Multi Camera Setup, so we can expect some increase in the production of 8MP and 2MP Image Sensor.

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