The dual camera smartphone is equipped with two image sensors that capture different light information, enabling it to support new features such as refocus and bokeh. Thanks to this, dual camera has become a trend of high-end mobile devices.
For OEMs, however, the integration of dual cameras may be a daunting process that takes significant time to optimize between different vendors developing sensor and software algorithms.
However, Samsung's suite of dual camera solutions based on an additional Image Signal Processor (ISP) simplifies this process, allowing some mid-range and entry-level mobile devices to enjoy some of the camera features on high-end devices as well.
GSMArena quoted microblogging information on a source in Asia, said the Galaxy S9 will use Sony's sensors, the most likely is IMX345.
The information from the official website shows that, although its size and Galaxy S8 and Note 8 on the sensor almost, but the Sony IMX345 supports up to 480fpsvideoRecord.
However, although there have been several sources mentioned Sony and Galaxy S9 series of links, but Sony has not confirmed this matter.