Actually, I can answer that for you: no. But, do you want a camera on your phone that can churn out 16-megapixel images? Perhaps! Good news, then, because OmniVision has just announced new high-resolution image sensors for mobile devices that can shoot 4K video.
Omnivision makes image sensors for the iPhone. They're pretty good. Their latest sensor uses a new 1.1-micron pixel architecture that makes it "20 percent slimmer than any 8-megapixel module in commercial use today." Meaning it can fit in the super-cramped spaces available in ultra-thin phones.
This is OmniVision's newest 1/4-inch, 5 megapixel RAW sensor. It's tiny, has low light sensitivity, captures 720p video at 60 fps or 1080p at 30 fps, and shoots in RAW. The best part? It could be in cellphones soon.
OmniVision has made a new 14.6MB image sensor specifically for cellphones which will give them the ability to shoot 1080p video at a breezy 60 frames-per-second. Considering that we're talking about cellphones here, that's quite a nice upgrade.
OmniVision is already the the largest supplier of CMOS image sensors in the world, and now its new OmniBSITM chip design promises the world's first consumer 8-megapixel cellphone camera. The new chip uses a technique that's been around for a while, called backside illumination, that allows more light to reach each…