OnePlus 12: Sony Lytia LYT-808 sensor, 64MP periscope telephoto camera confirmed, camera samples teased

After confirming Sony Lytia “Pixel Stacked” sensor for the OnePlus 12, the company today confirmed that the phone will use Sony LYT-808 sensor for the first time in the OnePlus 12, after using Sony LYT-T808 sensor in the OnePlus Open.

These two sensors are twin masterpieces in the field of mobile phone flagship sensors and have the same excellent imaging capabilities and are the world’s leading mobile image sensors, said the company.

Based on reports, this is a 50MP 1/1.4″ sensor. OnePlus Fold has a 48MP 1/1.43″ LYT-T808 sensor. There is optical image stabilization and the company has used Hasselblad Algorithm.

OnePlus has shared some samples from the camera, which confirms f/1.6 aperture. It has also compared a photo with the iPhone 14 Pro.

OnePlus has also confirmed that the phone will feature a 1/2-inch 64MP OV64B periscope telephoto lens with an equivalent focal length of 70mm, support for 3x optical zoom, f/2.6 aperture, and support for optical image stabilization. Here are a couple of samples from the periscope camera from the company.

OnePlus already confirmed 2K “X1 (Oriental) Screen” from BOE with up to 2600 nits brightness, and OPPO’s first-generation self-developed image quality engine Display P1 chip.

It will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC. Earlier rumours revealed up to 24GB of RAM, up to 1TB of storage, and a 5400mAh battery with 100W wired fast charging as well as 50W wireless fast charging.

We should know more details about the OnePlus 12 in the coming weeks.


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