According to our research, the main camera sports an Omnivision OV13860 PureCel-S image sensor while the selfie camera uses a 5 MP OmniVision OV5648.
That rear-facing camera features 1.3 µm light-collecting pixels—the biggest ever in a 13 MP smartphone camera.
But not bigger than the iPhone 6's 1.5 µm pixels in its 8 MP camera. Make of that what you will.
Taking a closer look with our X-ray vision, we can clearly make out the electromechanical actuators that move the lens, providing that optical image stabilization.
They're the horizontal and vertical bars surrounding the lens.
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