• - Introducing ISOCELL HP1 The first 200-megapixel camera sensor for mobile with a combination of 16 pixels by 1 pixel

    Introducing ISOCELL HP1 The first 200-megapixel camera sensor for mobile with a combination of 16 pixels by 1 pixel

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    As has been expected for a long time, Samsung has finally unveiled its first 200-megapixel camera sensor for smartphones on the second Thursday of September 2021 (September 11, 1400); This sensor is called ISOCELL HP1 and we can hope for its presence in the next generation of Samsung flagships. Samsung has also unveiled another 50-megapixel sensor called The ISOCELL GN5, which looks like a simplified version of The ISOCELL GN2 and is said to be Samsung's first 1-micron sensor with support for Dual pixel Pro advanced focusing technology. . </ P> <b>Introducing</b> <b>ISOCELL</b> <b>HP1</b> <b>The</b> <b>first</b> <b>200-megapixel</b> <b>camera</b> <b>sensor</b> for <b>mobile</b> with a <b>combination</b> of 16 <b>pixels</b> by 1 <b>pixel</b> ISOCELL HP1 - The first 200-megapixel mobile camera

    Competition to increase The resolution of mobile cameras Despite the fact that it has long stopped at 108 megapixels and quality and index cameras with a resolution of 50 megapixels have entered the market, but Samsung apparently intends He did not shy away from the competition, and after unveiling The ISOCELL JN1 as The world's first mobile sensor with a pixel size of only 0.64 microns last June, he has now used this image cell reduction to build The first 200-megapixel mobile sensor.

    Dimensions of only 0.64 microns The pixels of this sensor are a very small number by today's standards, and in practice lead to less light absorption and poorer performance in The dark and indoors. For comparison, The original 12-megapixel camera on the Galaxy S21 (which, of course, is The same as The S20 The year before!) Has a pixel size of 1.8 microns. That's not all, and the ISOCELL HP1 has taken a big step toward quality upgrading with an upgraded old familiar technique. Adjacent also used them and turned them into a larger 2.4 micron pixel with a resolution of 12 megapixels. This method has now been upgraded one step in ISOCELL HP1, where 16 adjacent 0.64 micron pixels are used to form a very large 2.56 micron pixel. With this technology, which Samsung calls ChameleonCell, The image resolution is reduced to one-sixteenth of the original resolution of 12.5 megapixels, and on paper, much better performance is achieved in low light environments. Of course, this is not The only HP1 trick to surprise you, and apart from The possibility of taking a photo with a full resolution of 200 megapixels, it can also be used to take a 50-megapixel photo with a combination of four pixels in one pixel to form 1.28 micron cells.> <b>Introducing</b> <b>ISOCELL</b> <b>HP1</b> <b>The</b> <b>first</b> <b>200-megapixel</b> <b>camera</b> <b>sensor</b> for <b>mobile</b> with a <b>combination</b> of 16 <b>pixels</b> by 1 pixel

    The ISOCELL GN5, unlike The HP1, is a standard 50-megapixel sensor with 1-micron pixels and apparently 1.57/inch dimensions compared to models like The ISOCELL GN2 (which at The time Dimensions of 1/1.12 inches and 1.4 micron pixels were The largest mobile sensor and experienced a successful presence in the structure of The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra), placed in a lower position. Of course, this sensor works differently than ever in one case, focus technology, and was named The first 1-micron sensor on the market, which uses Dual pixel Pro technology to focus on the subject. The technology uses two photodiodes in 1-micron pixels of the sensor (both horizontally and vertically) to detect pattern and pattern changes in all directions. GN5 focus speed increases completely even in low light environments. The sensor also uses Samsung's proprietary pixel separation process, called Front Deep Trench Isolation, or FDTI, which adds a bit of insulation to each pixel to provide higher quality and light retention. <b>Introducing</b> <b>ISOCELL</b> <b>HP1</b> <b>The</b> <b>first</b> <b>200-megapixel</b> <b>camera</b> <b>sensor</b> for <b>mobile</b> with a <b>combination</b> of 16 <b>pixels</b> by 1 pixel

    Given The readiness of their samples, The wait to see these products will probably not be long. Some news sources have speculated that The 200-megapixel HP1 sensor will be present in Samsung's next flagship, but by then The Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Ultra will probably be The first devices to feature Samsung's new sensors.

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