Samsung Electronics has launched a new isocell 2.0 sensor for cameras with quality higher than 100 megapixels. These sensors stand out because they reduce color streaks and provide better photosensitivity, bringing curiosity to mobile photographers. The new camera sensor used in the company’s flagship mobile phone will be the first choice for megapixel smart phones. We will have the opportunity to use the much anticipated sensor for the first time this year.
The isocell 2.0 sensor, which Samsung calls a new generation of camera technology, will be provided with the isocell plus system, which is different from the standard technology. The company points out that the sensors use different materials rather than metal parts; Although he has not yet published the relevant materials, he has carried out detailed research. Metals are known to absorb light or tend to reflect light, thereby reducing image quality. Samsung got rid of these small weaknesses and came up with a completely different strategy.
The ISO cell 2.0 promotion video tells us that the loss of optical image has been minimized, and they have greatly improved in terms of photosensitivity. The company’s dream is a system where image sensors can capture the finest details without sacrificing bright color reproduction. It’s understandable from his explanation that he turned his attention to higher quality shots.
As we all know, Samsung currently provides a mobile device with a maximum image quality of 108 megapixels. However, some of the company’s past statements suggest that they want to design a camera that can achieve human eye resolution. That means there are about 500 to 600 megapixels of cameras. Although it is not clear whether Samsung will realize this dream through the isocell 2.0 sensor system, it is clear that they are working hard.
In addition to these claims, there are also rumors that Samsung will release a smartphone with a 2 megapixel camera in the next few months. The sensor used in the above phone may be isocell 2.0, and the possibility also keeps its weight.
When ISO cell 2.0 will appear for the first time is also a big problem. However, it is estimated that we may meet the requirements of these advanced sensor systems this year or in the near future.