Samsung Industry: Develops the first “200 million pixels” mobile camera technology

New Delhi: Samsung Electronics has successfully developed “200 million pixels” for the first time in the industry and is leading the way in the next generation of mobile camera cameras.

It is the new product in 2 years following the ISOCELL Bright HMX released in August 2019 by ISOCELL HP1. For this product, 200 million pixels of 0.644um (micrometer, 1/1 million meters) were installed.

Compared to previous models of ‘108 million pixels’, the number of pixels increased by 85%, and the optical format decreased from 1 / 1.33 to 1 / 1.22 inches.

Samsung Electronics’ new technology, Chamelelcel, has also been introduced for the first time. Depending on the technology environment, the technology can combine near 4 or 16 pixels.

It uses 0.64ummicro pixels when there is enough light, and uses 1.28umor 2.56mm pixels when it is dark, such as at night or indoors, to receive more light. The company explains that users of this technology can take bright and live photos.

It also has the technology to capture 8k high-definition video in 30 frames without losing viewing angles by using 4 pixels one by one.

In addition, Samsung Electronics has also introduced the ISOCELL GN5 with a small size of 1 / 1.57 inches. It is a technology that enables fast and accurate auto-focus functions by attaching two photodiodes that focus on a two-pixel camera.

Samsung Electronics, in particular, has strengthened its focus by using “two-pixel pro” technology for this product. Common two-pixel products use only left and right level variations of subjects to automatically focus, while this product uses all the upper, lower, left and right level variations.

He also implemented the FDTI (Face Deep Train Isolation Process) for the first time by implementing pixel ultrasound technology and minimizing groundwater to maximize well capacity. Also read – WhatsApp users Awake! The bug in image filter exposed your data, vulnerability has now been fixed

With this technology it has 1.0umpixels but has implemented the same level of performance of 1.2umpixels products. Also, in a multi-light environment, a single photodiode can be used to capture 100 million pixels of high-resolution images through a color-correction conversion algorithm. Read also: Xiaomi Redmi launches 10 Prime with 6000 mAh battery, 50MP camera – price, features and details


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