After officially confirming the inclusion of Sony Lytia's "Pixel Stacked" sensor for the OnePlus 12, the company announced today that the phone will integrate the Sony LYT-808 sensor for the first time, replacing the previously used Sony LYT-T808 sensor found in the OnePlus Open.
The company highlighted that these two sensors represent significant achievements in the realm of flagship mobile phone sensors, boasting exceptional imaging capabilities and maintaining their status as the world's leading mobile image sensors.
According to available reports, the sensor in question is a 50MP 1/1.4″ variant. Additionally, the OnePlus Fold features a 48MP 1/1.43″ LYT-T808 sensor. Notably, optical image stabilization is present, and the company has incorporated the Hasselblad Algorithm into the camera setup.
OnePlus has released some camera samples, confirming the presence of an f/1.6 aperture, and has also provided a comparison image taken with the iPhone 14 Pro.
Furthermore, OnePlus has officially announced that the device will incorporate a 1/2-inch 64MP OV64B periscope telephoto lens, boasting an equivalent focal length of 70mm, support for 3x optical zoom, an f/2.6 aperture, and optical image stabilization. The company has shared a couple of sample images captured using the periscope camera.
OnePlus had previously confirmed the utilization of a 2K "X1 (Oriental) Screen" sourced from BOE, offering a maximum brightness of up to 2600 nits. Additionally, it will integrate OPPO's first-generation self-developed image quality engine, the Display P1 chip.
The device will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. Earlier speculations hinted at configurations including up to 24GB of RAM, storage options of up to 1TB, and a 5400mAh battery supporting 100W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging.
More comprehensive details about the OnePlus 12 are expected to emerge in the upcoming weeks.