Since it doesn't have a 108MP sensor, Samsung has created a 200MP monster that changes image resolution, thanks to pixels, for better low-light performance when needed. It will certainly land on the Galaxy S or Galaxy Z in the future, but it may be available on Xiaomi in early 2022.
Samsung's latest innovation in the camera smartphone industry is the ISOCELL HP1 sensor, which promises to take photo and video recording to a whole new level for those interested in mobile photography.
The new sensor has a minimum resolution of 200 megapixels, breaking the record recently achieved by the company IPOCELL Bright HMX 108 megapixels in cooperation with the Chinese company Xiaomi.
Without a doubt, our readers understand that 200 million pixels on a small camera sensor don't necessarily produce the best shots. That's why Samsung uses a new pixel-making technology called ChameleonCell, which allows the sensor to run adjacent pixels in different configurations, in two-by-two or four-by-four modes, depending on the position. slowly.
Samsung's ISOCELL HP1 is the first 200MP camera sensor for phones