Although Samsung's 200-megapixel sensor has never been used in any product, it looks like the company wants to launch a more powerful model.
Although Samsung's 200-megapixel sensor has never been used in any product, it looks like the company wants to launch a more powerful model.p>
Samsung has been active in the production of camera sensors for smartphones and has so far been able to market a variety of models with outstanding performance. The company's latest sensors used in smartphones include the 108 and 50-megapixel models, which we see in the Galaxy S22 and Xiaomi, Vivo and. Phones. But since these sensors have been used in a phone, we have heard rumors and news about the 200-megapixel sensor that has been unveiled, but there is no news about it.
Samsung 200-megapixel sensor ISOCELL HP1 It is called, it has not been used in any phone yet and we do not know the reason for this. But the interesting thing is that Samsung wants to introduce a replacement. Samsung is working on another 200-megapixel sensor called ISOCELL HP3, according to a report on the Galaxy Clubs website. We do not have much information about this sensor, including pixel size, optics format, video quality support , but it is expected to bring many improvements.
We still do not know what phone Is to take advantage of this new sensor. We do not know about the product that will be the first host of the current 200 megapixel sensor. The Galaxy S22 Ultra was supposed to use this sensor, but we saw that Samsung also used a 108-megapixel sensor in this phone. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 will also come with a 108-megapixel camera, the Z Flip 4 will have a weaker camera, and the flagships of the Note series have been phased out; So the only logical guess can be the Galaxy S23 series that will be unveiled and released early next year. Of course, if Samsung had not sold its sensor to Chinese companies before this date.
Many companies these days have turned to the 50-megapixel sensor instead of the 108-megapixel sensor in their flagship phones. Samsung is still interested in the 108-megapixel model. Interestingly, the smaller the sensor (in terms of megapixels), the better in practice. It remains to be seen what the 200-megapixel sensor and the new model will have to say.
Although Samsung's flagship handsets are great for photography and video, there is still room for improvement. Samsung needs to stop playing with numbers and, for once, work on the quality of these sensors, not their size. Every year we see that phones with relatively small sensors are selected as the best model for photography and video recording on various websites. For example, every year Huawei was named the best phone in this regard, its cameras were not 108 megapixels or 200 megapixels, as were Xiaomi and Apple. The Korean company needs to focus more on software, like what Google is doing, in order to uncover the hidden potential of its large sensors. But unfortunately every year only numbers are added but the quality remains the same. Now we hope that for next year, when it seems that there will be no more news about the 108 megapixel sensor, the flagships of the Korean company will have a lot to say.
What do you think about this? Do you think the use of high-megapixel sensors is just a game with numbers that have an advertising aspect, or do you think they really work better?
- Samsung is building another large ISOCELL sensor