Samsung Unveiled Industry-Leading 200-Megapixel Smartphone Camera Sensor

Today, the biggest South Korean tech giant has introduced a 200-megapixel ISOCELL sensor and ISOCELL GN5 50-megapixel HP1 sensor aimed at smartphone cameras.

The ISOCELL HP1 is the world’s and company’s first 200MP smartphone camera sensor that features the all-new pixel-binning technology for adjusts the outcome resolution which relies on ambient lighting for top-notch results, while ISOCELL GN5 is also utilized for smartphone cameras.

ISOCELL HP1 – Industry-Leading Smartphone Camera Sensor

According to Samsung Electronics, the latest ISOCELL HP1 camera technology is a 1/1.22-inch 200-megapixel camera sensor with 0.64μm original pixel size.

The all-new ChameleonCell technology uses a two-by-two and four-by-four pixel layout based on the environment and the sensor provides 50MP images with 1.28µm pixels and 12.5MP images with 2.65μm pixel size, respectively and can capture 200 million pixels for ultra-high-definition photography on mobile devices.

The industry-leading smartphone camera sensor also can be able to record videos in crystal sharp 8K quality and 4K video recording at up to 120 frames-per-second with the lowest level of loss of field of view.

ISOCELL GN5 – Capture Hi-Res Images With Dual Pixel Pro Autofocusing Technology

The ISOCELL GN5 is the latest and first slimmest 50MP 1μm smartphone camera sensor to unify Dual Pixel Pro all-directional autofocusing technology with enhanced capabilities to stay focus on a particular object or person.

It is a little bigger 1/1.57-inch sensor with 1μm native pixel size and features the support of two-by-two pixel-binning to capturing perfect 12.5MP images even in low-light conditions.

The in-built Front Deep Trench Isolation (FDTI) camera technology holds as much light as possible inside a pixel to make less crosstalk for lower noise and also includes crystal clear 8K quality in 30 fps and 4K up to 120 frames-per-second video recording capabilities as well.

Currently, the samples of both new ISOCELL smartphone camera sensors are available and we probably first see the implementation of it next year in the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphones, maybe in the Galaxy S22 lineup in January 2022.

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