According to a recent rumour originating in China, the month of October is going to be a very busy one for the release of new smartphones. Several brand-new gadgets, including a handful of foldable ones, are anticipated to be introduced at this time.
The Find N3 is rumoured to be the name of Oppo‘s forthcoming foldable smartphone, which is expected to be announced the following month. It is believed that this device is fitted with a dual-layer transistor CMOS sensor, which has the potential to dramatically increase image quality.
In October, Honour is also likely to unveil a new smartwatch and a new addition to the Play series of mobile devices, in addition to the next iteration of its foldable phone. In the following month, Huawei is speculated to make an announcement on the Nova 11 SE line of smartphones. Also Read – OnePlus Pad Go leaks Helio G99, 8,000mAh battery, more
We just found out that the Nova 11 SE has already been advertised on TENNA, and the listing reveals that it has a flat back panel with a dual-circle camera module and a triple-camera arrangement. You can get additional information regarding the TENNA’s results by clicking here.
Because it utilises a brand-new camera sensor, the Oppo Find N3 is anticipated to be the product that attracts the most attention among the group. Also Read – Leaked Galaxy A05 and A05s schematics expose camera and specs.
Oppo has entered into a partnership with Sony’s Lytia imaging sensor brand with the intention of incorporating dual-layer stacked Sony sensors into next flagship devices manufactured by Oppo. The new sensors are anticipated to “unlock the next era of computational photography.”
The transistors and photodiodes that make up this sensor are each housed on their own distinct layer thanks to the sensor’s two-layered construction. This paves the way for the creation of larger photodiodes, which, even in tough lighting situations, can collect more light while simultaneously reducing noise. Also Read – Galaxy A15 Design Revealed in Leaked Renders
However, some of the components of this technology have been around for a while. Earlier this year, Sony equipped the Xperia 1 V with a stacked CMOS sensor denoted by the model number ExmorT IMX 888. This sensor included a two-layer transistor pixel architecture.
In addition to its brand-new camera sensor, the Oppo Find N3 is rumoured to have a 7.82-inch internal screen with a resolution of 2268×2440 pixels and a 6.31-inch exterior screen with a resolution of 24841116 pixels. Both of these screens are expected to have a dual-curved design.