Samsung CMOS

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This is a list of Samsung's CMOS camera sensors, available for purchase by other companies, for a wide variety of products including mobile phones, computers, digital cameras and more.[1]

These sensors use one of the following technologies:

  • FSI: frontside-illuminated. The light that reaches the photosensitive area is reduced because it needs to pass through multiple metal and dielectric layers.
  • BSI: backside-illuminated. The light reaches the photosensitive area directly.
  • ISOCELL: ISOCELL is the more advanced technology which provides increased light sensitivity and higher color fidelity even in poor lighting conditions.[2]
Model number Resolution Sensor type/

size

Pixel size Pixel type Products used in
S5K2L3 4032 x 3024
12MP
7.06mm

(~1/2.6[3])

1.4 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy S94
[4]Samsung Galaxy S9+4[5] (Main Camera)
S5K2L2 4032 x 3024
12MP
7.06mm

(~1/2.5")

1.44 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy S84
Samsung Galaxy S8+4
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Main Camera)
S5K2L1 4032 x 3024

12MP

7.06mm

(~1/2.5")

1.44 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy S71
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge1
Samsung Galaxy S7 Active[6]1Samsung Galaxy Note 7/FE
S5K2L7 4032 x 3024

12MP

7.06mm

(~1/2.56")

1.4 μm ISOCELL BQ Aquaris X PRO[7]
Nokia 8 Sirocco[8]Motorola Moto X4 (Main)

Motorola Moto G6 Plus (Main)

Motorola Moto G6 (Main)

Motorola P30

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 (China)

Redmi Note 6 Pro

S5K2L8 4032 x 3024

12MP

6.4mm

(~1/2.8")

1.29 μm ISOCELL BQ Aquaris X2
BQ Aquaris X2 PRO

Vivo X20 (Front)

Vivo X20 Plus (Front)

Vivo X20 Plus UD (Front)

Vivo X21 (Front)

Vivo X21 UD (Front)

S5K2L9 4032 x 3024

12MP

7.06mm

(~1/2.6")

1.4 μm ISOCELL Vivo X20

Vivo X20 Plus

Vivo X20 Plus UD

Vivo X21

Vivo X21 UD

S5K3M3 & S5K3M3+ 3968 x 2976
12MP
1/3.42" 1.0 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy Note 8 (Secondary Rear Camera)

Samsung Galaxy S9+ (Secondary Rear Camera)

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (Secondary Rear Camera)

iPhone X (Secondary Rear Camera)

iPhone XS (Secondary Rear Camera)

iPhone XS Max (Secondary Rear Camera)

iPhone 7 Plus (Secondary Rear Camera)

iPhone 8 Plus (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 8 (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 6 ((Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2s (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 (Secondary Rear Camera)

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 (partly)7

LG V30 (Secondary Rear Camera)

S5K3P8 4640 x 3488
16MP
6.4mm

(1/3.1")

1.0 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017)

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017)

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime (Y1 in India) (Front camera)

Xiaomi Redmi S2 (Y2 in India) (Front Camera)

S5K3T1 5184x3880 (20M) 1/3.1" 0.9um ISOCELL Xiaomi Mi 8 (Front Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro (Front Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition (Front Camera)

Xiaomi Mi 8 SE (Front Camera)

Xiaomi Pocophone F1 (Front Camera)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro (Front Camera)

S5K3P3 5312 x 2988
16MP
5.867mm

(1/3.06")

1.0 μm ISOCELL Ulefone Future[9]
Vernee Apollo Lite,[9]
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (Snapdragon)[10]
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro[9]
Samsung Galaxy C5
Samsung Galaxy C7
Xiaomi Mi Max[11]
Ulefone T1
Oukitel K6[12]
S5K2M8 4208 x 3120
13MP
6.828mm

(1/2.6")

1.34 μm ISOCELL ZUK Z2 (Lenovo Z2 Plus)
S5K2P7 4640x3488

16MP

(1/2.8") 1.12 μm ISOCELL Meizu M6S

Oukitel WP2

Umdigi Z2 Special Edition

Umdigi Z2 Pro

Umdigi F1

S5K2P8 5336 x 3000
16MP
6.828mm

(1/2.6")

1.12 μm ISOCELL Lenovo Vibe Shot
S5K2T8 5976 x 3368
20MP
6.828mm

(1/2.6")

1.1 μm ISOCELL ZTE Axon 7
S5K2P2 5312 x 2988
16MP
6.828mm

(1/2.6")

1.12 μm ISOCELL Samsung Galaxy S5

Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Galaxy S5,[13]

Samsung Galaxy S6[14]2,

[[Samsung Galaxy S6 edge]]2,

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+2,

Samsung Galaxy Note 5[15]2

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016)

S5K3L2 4208 x 3120
13MP
5.867mm

(1/3.06")

1.12 μm BSI Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016),

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)[16]

Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016), Samsung Galaxy J5 (2016),

Samsung Galaxy On Nxt.

Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime (4G dual sim variant),

Samsung Galaxy E7

S5K3M2 4208 x 3120
13MP
5.867mm

(1/3.06")

1.12 μm ISOCELL OnePlus X,[17] Xiaomi Mi 4c[18]3,

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2,

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (Mediatek)

S5K3L8 4208 x 3120
13MP
5.867mm

(1/3.06")

1.12 μm ISOCELL Xiaomi Redmi 3/s/x/pro,[19] Xiaomi Redmi Note 4/x
Xiaomi Redmi 4/x

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A (Y1 Lite in India)

S5K4H5 3264 x 2448
8MP
4.5mm

(1/4")

1.12 μm BSI(~YB)/

ISOCELL(~YC)

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2[20]
S5K4E6 2592 x 1944
5MP
4.5mm

(1/4")

1.34 μm ISOCELL Front:Samsung Galaxy S6,[14]
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Samsung Galaxy Note 5,[15]Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

HTC 10[21]

S5K4E8 2592 x 1944
5MP
4.5mm

(1/4")

1.4 μm ISOCELL Bright Vivo X20 (2nd Rear)

Vivo X20 Plus (2nd Rear)

Vivo X20 Plus UD (2nd Rear)

Vivo X21 (2nd Rear)

Vivo X21 UD (2nd Rear)

S5K5BAF[22] 1600 x 1200 (1/5") 1.75 μm FSI Front: Samsung Galaxy S2[23]
S5K5E8 2592x1944

5MP

5.08mm

(1/5")

1.12 μm BSI Front:

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4/4X
Xiaomi Mi Max 1/2
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro (Secondary rear)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 AI Dual Camera (Second Rear)

Xiaomi Redmi S2 (Y2 in India) (2nd Rear)

S5K5E3 2576 x 1932
5MP
4.5mm

(1/4")

1.12 μm BSI Front:Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016)[16]
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016)
Huawei Honor 3C
S5K5E2 2560x1920

5MP

5.08mm

(1/5")

1.12 μm BSI Back: Motorola Moto E (2015)

Front: HTC One (M8)[24]

S5K3H2YX 3264 x 2448
8MP
5.68mm

(1/3.2")

1.4 μm BSI Samsung Galaxy S2,[23]
Samsung Galaxy S3 (some models)

Xiaomi Redmi 1/1S

S5K6D1YX 2560 x 1440
3.7MP
3.6mm

(1/5")

1.12 μm BSI Front: Samsung Galaxy Note 4[25]
S5K6A3[26] 1412 x 1412 3mm

(1/6")

1.75 μm BSI Front: Samsung Galaxy S3[27]
S5K6B2 1936 x 1036
2MP
3mm

(1/6")

1.34 μm BSI Front: Samsung Galaxy S4,[27] Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2[20]

1: The Galaxy S7 family utilizes either one of two sensors: the Samsung S5K2L1 or the Sony IMX260. They are regarded as nearly identical sensors.

2: The Galaxy S6 family and Note 5 utilizes either one of two sensors: the Samsung S5K2P2 or the Sony IMX240. They are regarded as nearly identical sensors.

3: The Xiaomi Mi 4C utilizes either one of two sensors: the Samsung S5K3M2 or the Sony IMX258. They are similar sensors, but the IMX258 is a newer unit.

4: The Galaxy S8 family utilizes either one of two sensors: the Samsung S5K2L2 or the Sony IMX333. They are regarded as nearly identical sensors.

5: The Xiaomi Mi 6 has two sensors. One of the two sensors is S5K3M3, another is Sony IMX386.

6: The Meizu Pro 6 family utilizes either one or two sensors: the Samsung S5K3M3 or the Sony IMX386, They are regarded as nearly identical sensors

7: The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 utilizes either one or two sensors: the Samsung S5K3M3 or the Sony IMX386, there are regarded as nearly identical sensors

8: The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ utilizes either one/two sensor with stacked LPDDR4 DRAM in the CMOS sensor

References[edit]

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