WSJ report shows Sony rules 40% of the image sensor market share thanks to Apple/Samsung partnerships



The Wall Street Journal recently published an article titled ‘How Sony Makes Money Off Apple’s iPhone (paywall).’ In it, authors Takashi Mochizuki and Eric Pfanner break down the image sensor market, showing how Sony is well above the rest in every regard.

Sourcing information from Techno Systems Research, WSJ shares Sony’s impressive numbers. The numbers show the Japanese electronics company reeled in a whopping 40% of image sensor production in 2014, 5% more than the previous year. Behind Sony was OmniVision at 16%, Samsung at…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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