Samsung Tipped to Be Working on ISOCELL Image Sensor With 200-Megapixel Resolution

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Samsung is engaged on a 200-megapixel ISOCELL picture sensor that might debut with the ZTE Axon 30 Professional smartphone, as per a tipster. The sensor is alleged to be able to recording movies in 16Okay high quality, and help 4-in-1 and 16-in-1 pixel binning to scale back noise in images. Samsung has already launched Exynos 1080 5nm cell processor with 5G that helps as much as 200-megapixel digicam sensor.

As per the details shared by WHYLAB on Wiebo, Samsung’s alleged 200-megapixel sensor is designated S5KGND. The tipster goes on to say that this picture sensor measures 1/ 1.37-inch and has 1.28-micron pixels. It’s claimed to help 4-in-1 in addition to 16-in-1 pixel binning expertise that’s used to scale back the noise in images and supply enhanced photos. The sensor may additionally file 16Okay movies. Curiously, the sensor might debut in a non-Samsung smartphone – the ZTE Axon 30 Professional.

Sadly, the details about the smartphone is scarce however ZTE has already confirmed the existence of ZTE Axon 30 Professional 5G smartphone by way of a teaser by means of its official Weibo account. As per a Weibo post by ZTE President Ni Fei, the smartphone will come geared up with “the trade’s strongest imaging system”. He, nevertheless, didn’t reveal the small print in regards to the digicam of the smartphone.

Samsung has already launched the Exynos 1080 cell processor that may help as much as a 200-megapixel digicam sensor. As per the corporate, the SoC can deal with a single-camera setup with as much as a 200-megapixel sensor and a dual-camera setup the place each sensors are 32-megapixel.


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