Samsung has announce A 200-megapixel image sensor designed for smartphone cameras, and at a certain distance, the highest-resolution phone camera sensor was ever created. The ISOCELL HP1 has 0.64 µm pixels and can accommodate 16 of them simultaneously with a 12.5 megapixel sensor with 2.56 µm pixels.
Samsung calls the HP1’s pixel technology “ChameleonCell”. The four-by-four-megapixel setting is intended for low-light use, but can also take full 200-megapixel photos, or use 2×2 capture technology to get 50-megapixel photos.
2×2 mode also allows the HP1 to shoot 8K video. Samsung says it can shoot 8K without cropping, although the 8K standard (7680 x 4320) is less than 50 megapixels.
Samsung is also introducing a new sensor called ISOCELL GN5. It’s a 50-megapixel sensor with 1.0-micron pixels, and Samsung says it’s the first 1.0-micron-pixel sensor to incorporate Dual Pixel Pro technology. This makes it look like a smaller version of the 1.4 micron pixel GN2, which was the largest phone camera sensor available when it debuted on Xiaomi’s Mi 11 Ultra this year.
Samsung hasn’t said when one of the new sensors will go into mass production, but samples are currently available to phone makers.
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