On Tuesday, Samsung unveiled its ISOCELL HP2 200-megapixel image sensor for smartphones. This sensor comes with Tetra pixel binning technology, which can simulate various pixel sizes to adjust to different lighting levels.
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It utilizes the same 1/1.3-inch optical format as the 108-megapixel cameras in previous flagship phones. It is likely that this sensor will be featured in the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra. Samsung has stated that their new ISOCELL HP2 200 image sensor has improved pixel technology, boasting the company’s advanced Tetra pixel binning technology to simulate different pixel sizes according to different light levels.
The 1/1.3-inch optical format is able to offer high-resolution cameras in the latest high-end smartphones without an increase in the camera bump size.
Furthermore, the sensor can transform into a 50-megapixel or 12.5-megapixel image sensor in low-light settings for improved image quality, and also record 8K videos at 33 megapixels.
Additionally, the sensor has Super QPD technology which allows for fast auto-focusing in dark settings. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S23 series at their Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event on February 1.
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Samsung’s ISOCELL HP2 sensor sport D-VTG technology, which is meant to lessen the washed-out colors in pictures taken in bright settings.
This sensor also features Smart-ISO Pro, permitting the camera to shoot 12.5-megapixel images and 4K video at 60fps with HDR, as Samsung states.
South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced that the ISOCELL HP2 sensor has gone into mass production, just a few weeks prior to their Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event on February 1.
Reports have suggested that this 200-megapixel image sensor could be featured in the top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is expected to be unveiled at the event.