Gegli news - Samsung is likely working on a 450MP camera sensor for smartphones - 7/27/2022 1:00:06 PM 1:00:06 PM
Apparently, the period of camera optimization is over and we have to prepare ourselves for the megapixel war in the world of smartphones, because after 108 and 200 megapixel sensors, now Samsung apparently wants to make a 450 megapixel sensor for mobile phones.
Currently, Samsung has a 200 megapixel ISOCELL HP1 camera sensor in its portfolio, which can take 12.5 megapixel photos with its own Pixel Binning technology, Tetra2pixel. Now, if we consider this technology for Hexa2pixel, we will face a combination of 36 pixels by 1 pixel, which results in a 450 megapixel sensor resolution.
Although we are dealing with only one brand and we don't have any solid evidence for the development of such a sensor, but if the speculations are true, we still shouldn't expect a 450MP sensor from Samsung in the near future.
In any case, Samsung has registered the Hexa2pixel trademark and will probably use it in the future, but we still don't know exactly which technology this mark will be used for. In addition, the physical size of this sensor will not be very large due to the combination of 36 x 1 pixels.
Finally, we have not yet seen the major entry of 200 megapixel sensors into the market and phones equipped with them, so we are at least two or three years away from the release of a product with a 450 megapixel sensor; Of course, if the Samsung brand really refers to such a sensor.
Samsung (Korean: 세수) is a Korean multinational conglomerate based in Seoul. Samsung owns several subsidiaries and affiliates in various industries, for example, Samsung Electronics, Samsung Life, Samsung Fire, Samsung Heavy Industries, Samsung Motors and Samsung C&T.
Samsung Group was founded in 1938 by Lee Byung-chul as a trading company and during the first 3 decades, it developed its activities in the fields of providing financial and insurance services, securities exchanges and retail sales, and entered the electronics industry at the end of the 1960s. and entered the shipbuilding and construction industries in the mid-1970s; Entering these fields was the cause of its later growth. After the death of Lee Byung-chul, in 1987, Samsung was divided into four independent groups, namely Samsung Group, Shinsgae Group, CG Group and Hansol Group. Now the headquarters of this corporation is located in Samsung City, Seoul, and part of its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
Samsung has a significant influence on the economic, political, media and cultural development of South Korea and has been a major driving force in the "Miracle on the Han River". Its subsidiaries produce about a fifth of South Korea's total exports. In 2013, Samsung's revenue was equal to 17% of South Korea's gross domestic product (economy).
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