The Korean tech giant’s mobile image sensor will be able to adopt a large 1/1.33-inch size. The image sensor will also be able to support Tetracell technology which will allow the sensor to emulate big megapixel sensors. In a press release, Samsung said that it will produce four 27-megapixel images via its sensor and combine them into one. This will prevent the sensor from rendering a heavy image that may not be suitable for smartphones.
Samsung is also relying on what it’s calling the “Smart ISO” technology. While working in bright environments the Smart ISO will automatically switch to a lower ISO setting which will help in improving pixels from saturating in brightly lit environments. It also uses a higher ISO in darker settings which will help in reducing noise and will also help in getting better and clearer pictures as well.
The Mass Production for Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor will begin around the end of August.
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