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  1. Samsung's ISOCELL 2.0 could boost the quality of your next phone camera It allows for very small pixels that can still capture accurate colors. Chris Velazco/Engadget Samsung's ISOCELL sensor technology has played an important role in improving phone photo quality, and it's hoping to repeat that achievement with the tech's sequel. Android Authority reports that Samsung has formally unveiled ISOCELL 2.0, a significant upgrade that promises more vivid pictures and better low-light shooting for phones with high-resolution cameras. The new
  2. Samsung announces new 50MP ISOCELL GN2 camera sensor with Dual Pixel Pro Samsung has just announced its new 50MP camera sensor, called ISOCELL GN2. It is a follow-up of last year’s GN1 and comes with bigger pixels, better energy consumption and the entirely new PDAF technology called Dual Pixel Pro. The ISOCELL GN2 sensor's type size is 1/1.12”, which is the largest in a smartphone and has 1.4μm-sized pixels for “exceptionally detailed photographs in regular settings”. Quality images in a low-lit environment are done with the well-known four-pixel-binning t
  3. Samsung working on 200-megapixel camera sensor for smartphones Among the plans is a 200-megapixel sensor as well. The report is very light in details but the tipster claims a 200MP camera sensor for smartphones is 'coming soon.' Washington [US]: Tech company Samsung is now reportedly gearing up to increase the smartphone camera resolution threshold this year. Mashable quoted a report by noted tipster Ice Universe stating that Samsung has plans to introduce plenty of new 'innovative' ISOCELL camer
  4. Samsung announces new 108MP mobile image sensor Creates highly vibrant photos (Image credit: Samsung) Samsung Electronics has introduced a 108-megapixel (MP) mobile image sensor, the Samsung ISOCELL HM3, that can capture sharper and more vivid images in ultra-high resolution with faster auto-focus and extended dynamic range. “While a pixel is just a single dot of colour, when in millions, these dots can be transformed into stunning snapshots of life. With more pixels, images are sharper, with fuller d
  5. TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s Sony Corp (6758.T) surprised the market by reporting on Tuesday a record first-quarter operating profit despite the slowing gaming business, as strong demand for multiple-lens camera systems for smartphones boosted sales of image sensors. Sony is benefitting from sales of more powerful smartphones at customers including Huawei Technologies, offsetting gaming weakness as its almost six-year old PlayStation 4 console nears the end of its life and the cost to develop a next-generation console rises. “Our image sensor sales hav
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