Camera modules industry: after proliferation, Yole announces a diversification

“At Yole Développement (Yole), we expect the volume of global camera module shipments to expand from 5.5 billion units in 2019 to 8.9 billion in 2025, at 8.2% CAGR”, asserts Richard Liu, Technology and Market Analyst, Photonics and Sensing at Yole. “Mobile multi-cameras started in early stage 2015-2016, moving from single to dual cameras, then maturing to triple in 2018 and 2019. Now they have moved toward quad in 2020. Diverse modules implement diverse levels of zoom or wide-angle capability. This diversity is enriched by sensing camera modules. This is the case for front structured light for 3D facial recognition, the rear ToF for AR applications, and the optical fingerprint module placed under the screen”.

In this dynamic context, Yole and its partner System Plus Consulting investigate disruptive imaging technologies and related markets in depth.

“Our aim is to point out the latest innovations and to underline the overall business opportunities”, comments Richard Liu from Yole.

In this regard Yole’s imaging team releases today CMOS Camera Module Industry for Consumer & Automotive 2020 report.

This study provides the latest major information and key facts of the camera module industry. Including technical market segmentation, trends and forecasts, key players, key applications, this new report identifies and deeply analyses the ecosystem. It gives a detailed description of the market and technologies involved. In this latest edition, the market research and strategy consulting company is offering key insights for navigating the camera module market.

In parallel, System Plus Consulting’s analysts release a report entirely dedicated to Samsung’s technical choices for its wild collection of smartphones: Smartphone Camera Module Comparison 2020 Vol 2: Focus on Samsung. Indeed, this report includes a complete technology and cost analysis of the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra, and gives detailed technical information about the cameras, such as module surface, camera volume, number and type of lenses, resolution, pixel size and CIS technology node. Moreover, this study delivers a summary of the other Samsung smartphone series, including the Galaxy Notes, Galaxy A series, Samsung Fold and Galaxy J.

What are the economic and technological challenges related to the camera module industry? What are the key drivers? Who are the suppliers to watch, and what innovative technologies are they working on? Both companies present today their vision of the camera module industry and disruptive technologies… Full story

Source: http://www.yole.fr/, https://www.systemplus.fr/

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