Kodak to help Oppo develop cameras for future flagship smartphone

In July of this year, the well-known insider Digital Chat Station spread the information that Realme has begun partnering with Kodak. He now claims that Oppo, Realme’s parent company, has also started a partnership with the renowned photography brand.

Digital Chat Station reports that Oppo’s flagship smartphone, on which it is working with Kodak, will receive a main camera with two new 50MP 1 / 1.5-inch Sony IMX766 sensors. An insider claims that the upcoming device will be made in a design that reflects the style of classic Kodak cameras.

One of the 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 sensors will act as the main module, and the other will be combined with an ultra-wide-angle lens. The camera system of the future flagship Oppo will also include modules on sensors with a resolution of 13 and 3 megapixels.

The news came as a surprise, given that Kodak has long since abandoned the production of cameras. The company went bankrupt in 2012, resulting in a shift in focus to printing hardware and software.


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