Samsung Wants to the Image Sensor Than Sony Xperia Z5 on Her Galaxy S7 | Rumor

Sony has been working really well this year on the photo sensors in its range “Z5” Android-smartphone Xperia Z5, Z5 compact and (when) 25 Premium -so much so that it has earned the first place in the ranking of DxOMark. The merit of the performance goes primarily to the new imaging sensor Exmor RS IMX300 from 21 MP (actually comes in widescreen, while 23 are well 25 nominal).
The sensor is so convincing that even Samsung would be interested in installing it on his next flagship, Galaxy S7, which in all likelihood will be presented at the next MWC in Barcelona. When the two companies would be under negotiation: Sony would like to keep the IMX300 exclusive to their own devices, so you will have a qualitative advantage over the competition, but Samsung is a tempting, in view of the high sales numbers that always manages to accomplish with its top of the line.
At the moment it is not clear what Sony, but it still remains the most accepted hypothesis that the Japanese will not be the only sensor to be installed on the Galaxy S7. As for processors, there may be a different configuration according to the markets: some would IMX300 from Sony, others a new sensor ISOCELL made internally by Samsung, which is expected to be even thinner and increase the resolution up to 20 MP (you can read all the details in THISarticle).