Pete Lau teases the IMX766 and IMX789 sensors on OnePlus 9 Pro

12 March 2021
The OnePlus 9 Pro will have an IMX766 under its ultrawide and IMX789 as its main sensor.

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Nav, 14 Mar 2021So this is camera phone and we cannot do anything other tha... moreNav is so right! Chinese phones are so bad in terms of in time quality! Why only camera and/or teasing?!

  • Nav

So this is camera phone and we cannot do anything other than taking photos?
We are expecting more to know about phone other than cameras.

  • Abhishek

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreI guess it was Carl Pei

  • Anonymous

Actually even zooming in on the ig pic is not terrible quality

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreNope, the founder CEO's name is Carl Pei.

  • Anonymous

No mention of the other tiny ones? OK, probably a 8m 2x
tele and a 2m macro!

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Shutter speed has nothing to do with sensor. It absolutely does. Larger sensors that allow in more light don't need the shutter to stay open as long as sensors that capture less light. Huawei phones with Ryyb sensors for example have a much faster shutter speed than their phones with traditional sensors using the same processors

  • Sidd sha

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreWell it's carl pei and not pete lau

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Shutter speed has nothing to do with sensor. It absolutely does. Larger sensors that allow in more light allow the shutter to stay open for a shorter amount of time than sensors that don't capture as much light. For example Huawei phones with an Ryyb sensor have way faster shutter speed than their phones with the same processor but a traditional camera sensor.

  • JaosnX

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreThats Carl Pei not Pete Lau

  • GorG

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreBro that is Carl Pei

  • Anonymous

They should copy OPPO Find X3. Use the same cameras for the Vanilla and Pro models but use a different processor for the Vanilla and maybe a flat screen.

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreThat was the other co-founder Carl Pei. He started the company "Nothing".

  • Mr D

Anonymous, 12 Mar 2021Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a s... moreThat's Carl Pei

They need to keep something for the 9T Pro Max Ultra Mega Plus that's inevitably coming later this year.

Shadocx, 12 Mar 2021Unfortunately it seems like both the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro wi... morewell that sucks

  • Anonymous

Wait, didnt this guy like leave Oneplus and was opening a startup?

This needs Sony imx800 1inch sensor. It beats the Samsung icocell 3.

  • AnonD-961600

opisg, 12 Mar 2021No it shouldn't, that's far too much and not needed!You can think of RAM as your pocket and your phone's main storage as your backpack. It's much faster to pull something out of your pocket than it is to pull something out from your backpack.When you turn on your phone, and open an app for the first time, your phone pulls the operating system (OS) and app's data from your phone's slower main storage and stores the bulk of that OS and app data in your phone's faster RAM so you can use different elements and features of the OS and app quickly.When you're finished with the app you're using, your phone keeps the app and whatever you were doing on it in your phone's RAM, even if you switch to another app. When you return to an app you used a while ago, it'll open right where you left off, as if you never even left the app, because it's been stored in your phone's RAM. Essentially, apps you used are kept running in the background while you use other apps.Switching between apps and picking up right where you left off is often called "multitasking." If a phone is said to multitask well, it's because it makes good use of RAM or simply has a ton of it. If a phone didn't have RAM, apps would fully close whenever you switch apps. That means apps would need to fully re-open, as if you opened them for the first time after turning on your phone, which causes a delay before you can use the app.Your phone's main slower storage could potentially keep your OS and used apps running in the background, but it's much, much slower than RAM. Your phone could have the fastest chip in the world and it would still feel slow without RAM.

Next time be careful what you say that you have no knowledge about it.

  • AnonD-961600

opisg, 12 Mar 2021No it shouldn't, that's far too much and not needed!As an example, say Android needs 1GB of RAM and you then open Facebook that uses 500MB of RAM. This would mean 1.5GB of RAM is needed to use Facebook on your Android tablet. This is just an example to make it clear on how RAM is used. However, Facebook would most likely need at least 200MB of RAM to perform.

The more apps you open, then the more RAM is needed for the tablet to operate. Android is great for multi-tasking. This means you can open Facebook and then open another app such as Spotify without needing to close Facebook.

It may appear that you’ve closed Facebook if you’ve moved over to using Spotify. However, this is not the case, as Facebook would still be running in the background. This is why you’d still receive notifications from Facebook even if you were using another app at the time.