Samsung’s ISOCELL HP1 World’s First 200MP Smartphone Camera

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Samsung is working hard to introduce new innovations and push the megapixel boundaries for the cameras and, the company’s ISOCELL HP1 is one example of that. It is the world’s first smartphone camera with a maximum image resolution of 200MP. Along with the increase in the resolution, the sensor features many changes; here are some of them.

The ISOCELL HP1 packs a 0.64μm native pixel size can offer full-pixel rendering thanks to its new ChameleonCell technology. It also supports 2×2 pixel binning and 4×4 pixel binning. While performing 2×2 pixel binning, the flagship can offer 50MP stills. On the other hand, in the 4×4 binning mode, the sensors can capture 12.5MP images with 2.65μm pixel size. It can also deliver an 8K video at 30FPS.

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Samsung Also Introduced ISOCELL GN5 50MP Smartphone Camera

Samsung has introduced another sensor- the ISOCELL GN5. It is a 50MP sensor with support for Dual Pixel Pro autofocus technology that will deliver all-directional autofocusing. Plus, the sensor has a native pixel size of 1μm. It supports 2×2 pixel binning mode and can capture 12.5MP images in low-light conditions. According to Samsung, the sensor is equipped with Front Deep Trench Isolation or FDTI technology. Thanks to the tech, the sensor while reducing grain accumulation could absorb as much light as possible inside a pixel. And just like ISOCELL HP1, it also supports 8K video recording at 30FPS.

Samsung is yet to reveal the products that will pack the aforesaid sensors. However, according to rumors, the Samsung S22 Ultra could use a 200MP camera. Anyways, we don’t know for sure if the S22 series or any device from the series will feature this flagship sensor or not.

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