Samsung has declared a 200-megapixel image sensor planned for cell phone cameras, by some distance the highest resolution phone camera sensor at any point made. The ISOCELL HP1 has 0.64μm pixels and can bin 16 of them without a moment’s delay for what could be equivalent of a 12.5-megapixel sensor with 2.56μm pixels.
Samsung calls the HP1’s pixel-binning technology “ChameleonCell.” The four-by-four 12.5-megapixel setting is expected for low-light use, yet it can likewise catch full 200-megapixel goal photographs, or utilize an in two-by-two binning technique for 50-megapixel images.
The in pairs binning mode likewise allows the HP1 to capture 8K video. Samsung says it’s fit for shooting 8K without cropping, albeit standard 8K (7,680 x 4,320) is under 50 megapixels.
Samsung is likewise presenting a new sensor called the ISOCELL GN5. It’s a 50-megapixel sensor with 1.0μm pixels, and Samsung says it’s the first 1.0μm-pixel sensor to incorporate its Dual Pixel Pro technology. That essentially makes it sound like a more modest version of the 1.4μm-pixel GN2, which was the greatest telephone camera sensor accessible when it made its debut on Xiaomi’s Mi 11 Ultra this year.
Samsung hasn’t said when either new sensor will be going into mass production, yet tests are as of now accessible for phone manufacturers.
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