Apple iPhone 13 comes with a bigger camera sensor and smaller display notch
Updated: Jan 22, 2021
Digitimed reported that the upcoming iPhone 13 series will most likely come with a much larger camera sensor, as well as a much smaller display notch at the front. This does give a better idea of what to expect when it is available in the global market.
The iPhone 13 will continue to use the 7P lens module" used in the iPhones 12. However, the iPhone 13 Pro models will accentuate a larger CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) bringing "resolution improvements," while the non-Pro models will inherit the CIS operated in the 12 Pro and Pro Max models
The upcoming iPhones' Face ID system will see some design changes with come with the ultrawide angle lens upgraded from 5P to 6P, the sources said.
The new design combines Rx, Tx and flood illuminator into the identical camera module, comparable to that of a LiDAR scanner in the back camera module, to enable smaller notch sizes, the sources stated.
The next-generation iPhones' Face ID system will see some design changes with the size of the notch at the top of the screen to shrink and their ultrawide angle lens upgraded from 5P to 6P, the sources said.
Apple has yet to provide an official statement on the leak so do take this news with a grain of salt.
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