The Reno7 Pro model (PFDM00) of Oppo’s future flagship smartphones will employ the Sony IMX766 sensor, according to Leakster Digital Chat Station. This could be the same phone that Kodak is working on, which will include two of these sensors. It’s possible, however, that it’s a new Find model.
In any case, the IMX766 is a huge hit at Oppo HQ. The Reno6 Pro+, as well as the Snapdragon version of the Reno6 Pro and the Find X3 Pro flagship, are all equipped with it. This sensor (or modified variations of it) can be found in phones from OnePlus, Realme, Vivo, and other brands.
It has a 50 MP resolution and 1.0 m native pixels (which rise to 2.0 m with 4-in-1 binning). DOL-HDR and All-Pixel autofocus are also supported.
According to DCS, this sensor will allow the Reno7 model to achieve a significant improvement in image quality over the Reno6 Pro. However, keep in mind that this refers to the Density 1200 version of the 6 Pro, which is only available in China and features a 64 MP OmniVision OV64B sensor with 0.7 m pixels.
Because the OV64B is also used in the vanilla Reno6, the new vanilla model should also receive a camera upgrade.