Samsung Shoves Pixel Size With New Camera Sensor

Samsung has introduced a new camera sensor for the smartphones  which will be the tiny pixels in the mobile industry. In 2019 Samsung  broke the record by introducing  ISOCELL Slim GH1 with 50 megapixel sensor with 0.7μm pixels. Whereas ISOCELL JN1 has a pixels of 0.64μm in size.

Due to the tininess of the  sensors it can be used in ultrawide or telephoto cameras in which they defiance the design when the size is at superior.

By dint of high-resolution camera sensors, the pixel-binning technology was used by JN1 which amalgamates various pixels into one for excessive light susceptibility.

“In this case, Samsung says the sensor will capture 12.5-megapixel photos with the equivalent of 1.28μm pixels, and the company is also claiming a 16 percent boost to light sensitivity with its ISOCELL 2.0 tech.”

Samsung arranged a  live-streamed launch event for this camera sensor, which you can watch here:

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