Galaxy Note 10 may use Samsung’s latest 64-megapixel camera

ByZim Watson 2019-05-09 1242

Samsung has launched a 64 MP and 48 MP camera sensor that will be present at the launch of mobile phones approximately this semester of two years.

Reported from the Zdnet page on Thursday (9/5/2019) the sensor is named Isocel Bright GW1 for 64MP and Isocell Bright GM2 with 48MP. Both sensors have a size of 0.8 μm like its predecessor.


Not only that, the position also has a company's Isocell plus technology that reduces light leaks. Then, there is a Tetracell technology that uses four pixels that allow for better photo capture in dark environments.


The Sensor also has a double conversion gain feature that reduces noise and improves colour accuracy. GW1 also supports Full HD 480fps slow-motion movie shooting and will have Hygh Dynamic Range (HDR).


Previously, the South Korean company had launched the Isocell Bright GM1 camera sensor with a 48MP sensor and an Isocell Bright GD1 with a 32MP sensor on October 2018. This Sensor is used on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones.


The image Sensor has proven advantageous for LSI Samsung's System business as more smartphones use the three camera settings. The handset Vendor also encourages a full-screen design that requires a smaller sensor.


This new offer will almost certainly strengthen the Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones that are expected to be launched in the second half of the year 2019. The sensor will also allow Samsung to compete with Sony which is a big player in the camera sensors.

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