Samsung introduced a 64-megapixel sensor for smartphones

Samsung introduced a 64-megapixel sensor for smartphones

it can be used in Galaxy Note 10. If you have a little resolution 48-magical image sensor, which manufacturers are now using almost every new smartphone, you should wait for the second half of the year, when in a course there will be sensors resolution of 64 MP. Today, this announced Samsung.

What can new technology?

The new product is called 64Mp ISOCELL Bright GW1 and it continues the series of Samsung sensors with pixels of 0.8 microns. Features of the new item a few. First, technology Tetracell that allows you to group the pixels into four to capture more light in low light conditions – the result is striking images 16mp. Second, support for real-time high dynamic range (HDR) technology.

Samsung notes that the new sensor provides a dynamic range of 100 dB, which is much closer to what the human eye sees (120 dB) than most modern sensors (60 dB). The sensor also supports the Super PD system (high-performance, and in fact – very fast phase autofocus) and allows you to record Full HD video at a speed of 480 fps.

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Together with 64Mp ISOCELL Bright GW1 debuted 48-megapixel sensor of the second generation – 48Mp ISOCELL Bright GM2. It also supports Tetracell and Super PD technologies.

New items are already available to Samsung partners as engineering samples, and their mass release will take place in the second half of the year. Immediately after the announcement of the sensor with a resolution of 64 MP, different insiders began to attribute it to various promising Samsung models.

Someone believes that it will appear in the Galaxy Note 10 (which is more likely), and someone thinks that it will appear in the new model series A. But since the Galaxy A-series for this year is mainly formed, it is unlikely that it will include a model with a 64-megapixel sensor in the current year.

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