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Samsung introduces 64-megapixel image sensor for smartphones

 

Samsung introduces 64-megapixel image sensor for smartphones

Samsung has made another great accomplishment to their smartphone features by introducing a 64-megapixel image sensor for smartphones.

Ofcourse, camera quality is one of the most important feature of a smartphone and Samsung has made a major head way in developing an outstanding 64-megapixel image sensor

For many, the camera is the most important feature of a smartphone and 64-megapixel smartphone cameras are going to be inbound.

Embedded in it is a proprietary technology to boost image quality in low-light environments, thereby turning out 64-megapixel images in bright settings and being capable of 480fps slow motion video capture.

On thursday, Samsung expanded its 0.8-micrometer (μm) image sensor lineup with the introduction of two new components, the 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 and the 48-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GM2.

And what does this two new components have to offer?

The Bright GW1 comes with the highest resolution in Samsung’s 0.8μm-pixel image sensor lineup. Thanks to it’s Tetracell technology which merges four pixels into one, the Bright GW1 is capable of churning out detailed 64-megapixel shots in bright settings and 16-megapixel images in low-light environments thanks to its use of

In mixed-light environments, the GW1 utilizes HDR with up to 100 decibels to provide richer hues. Samsung said the dynamic range of a conventional image sensor is around 60dB while the human eye is closer to 120dB.

On the video side, Samsung’s new 64-megapixel sensor can capture full HD clips at up to 480 frames per second.

On the other hand, the ISOCELL Bright GM2 also utilizes Tetracell technology and a remosaic algorithm for improved performance in well-lit environments. Like its bigger brother, the 48-megapixel sensor is also equipped with Dual Conversion Gain (DCG) and works with Super PD, a high-end phase detection auto-focus technology.

Currently, Samsung is sampling its Bright GW1 and GM2 sensors with clients and expects the hardware to enter mass production sometime during the second half of 2019.

 

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