Japanese group eyes smartphone cameras in fending off Samsung, other rivals
Sony’s global market share for image sensors, used in such products as smartphone cameras, slid from 53% in fiscal 2019 to 43% in fiscal 2021.
KEIICHI FURUKAWA, Nikkei staff writer | Japan
TOKYO — Sony Group is raising the bar on image sensor technology as it aims to hold off rapid gains by Samsung Electronics and other players to capture over half the global market.
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