Samsung is also presenting a brand-new sensor called the ISOCELL GN5. Its a 50-megapixel sensing unit with 1.0 μm pixels, and Samsung states its the first 1.0 μm-pixel sensor to incorporate its Dual Pixel Pro innovation. That essentially makes it sound like a smaller sized variation of the 1.4 μm-pixel GN2, which was the biggest phone electronic camera sensor readily available when it made its launching on Xiaomis Mi 11 Ultra this year.
Samsung hasnt stated when either new sensor will be entering into mass production, however samples are currently offered for phone makers.
Samsung has announced a 200-megapixel image sensing unit meant for smartphone cameras, by some distance the greatest resolution phone video camera sensing unit ever made. Once for the equivalent of a 12.5-megapixel sensor with 2.56 μm pixels, the ISOCELL HP1 has 0.64 μm pixels and can bin 16 of them at.
Samsung calls the HP1s pixel-binning innovation “ChameleonCell.” The four-by-four 12.5-megapixel setting is planned for low-light use, but it can also record full 200-megapixel resolution images, or use a two-by-two binning method for 50-megapixel images.
The two-by-two binning mode also lets the HP1 capture 8K video. Samsung says its capable of shooting 8K without cropping, although standard 8K (7,680 x 4,320) is less than 50 megapixels.