In comparison, the camera sensor Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 64 MP is significantly larger, as it uses 0.8 micron pixels on a 1 / 1.7-inch sensor. Along with images with resolution 64MP, the sensor can also produce 16 MP images with 4x sensitivity thanks to the technology near-pixel binning, equivalent to 1.4 micron pixel sensors. This should result in better resolution in low light conditions.
As for videos, the sensor supports video recordings 4K with electronic image stabilization (EIS) and video 8K at 30 frames per second (fps). It also supports slow-motion capture up to 240 fps at 1080p and 480 fps at 720p.
The OV64B OmniVision sensor is equipped with phase detection autofocus microlens type 2, 2 × 2 (ML-PDAF). As for availability, OmniVision says that the first sample units should be shipped to potential customers in the May 2020. However, it remains to be seen which smartphone company adopts this sensor for their devices.