The performance in Android smartphones are now evaluated by benchmarking ap; these benchmarking apps tells you everything about your Android smartphone. It can tell which processor your smartphone is running, how much RAM is installed and how much storage your smartphone is equipped with.

Some benchmarking apps like Geekbench provide detailed information about the smartphones like how many cores are there in the CPU and the current clock rate of each core. But there is something which these benchmarking apps doesn’t tell you about like the battery capacity and which camera sensor your smartphone is equipped with?

Today, we are about to tell you how you can get to know about the camera sensor model number on your Android smartphone.

Why should you know the camera sensor?

Sometimes you get a high number of megapixels in your smartphone camera, but it does not tell you how better the camera is. The model number tells you if the camera sensor is the latest one or an outdated one because the features which you will get in the newest camera sensor won’t be available on an outdated one.


The megapixels of a camera only tells you how sharp is your image is going to be, but you should know if you are getting the latest hardware in your smartphone before buying one.

Steps to reveal the camera sensor on your smartphone

The AIDA64 is one hardware info app which can show the camera sensor model number on your Android smartphone. Here are some detailed steps to know the camera sensor on your smartphone.

  1. Download and install the AIDA64 app from Google Play Store.
  2. Launch the app and navigate to Devices.
  3. The camera sensor model number will be listed under the Camera id category.
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Camera sensor

Now, you know which camera sensor your smartphone uses, and from this information, you will be able to define the camera capabilities of the smartphone camera to some extent.

Tell us in the comments if you have any trouble finding your smartphone’s camera sensor!