Samsung Introduces a 50-Megapixel Large Pixel Camera

Samsung Electronics has officially launched a 50-megapixel large 1.2-pixel camera, which is the sensor called Samsung ISOCELL GN1, which Samsung says is the first image sensor to combine both Dual Pixel and Tetracell technologies.

Samsung said that the new 50-megapixel camera sensor Samsung ISOCELL GN1 would provide a new level of high light sensitivity in the presence of low light to the relatively larger pixel size, in addition to providing faster autofocus in the level of professional DSLR cameras.

Samsung says it’s the first image sensor to combine both Dual Pixel and Tetracell technologies
Samsung says that its new sensor sensor 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 combines high resolution to provide more detail in images and the large pixel size that provides better or bright images in low-light environments, and that the new sensor meets the multiple needs of users depending on the technologies of Dual Pixel and Tetracell.

Samsung’s Dual Pixel technology also integrates two photodiodes side by side inside each pixel, so that it can receive light from different angles, while relying on all active pixels as auto-focus factors, so the sensor can detect and focus on the fixed or moving object from every angle in real time. Even under low-light conditions, and based on a software algorithm developed by Samsung, the sensor can produce images with a resolution of 100 megapixels.

And supports the new sensor camera from Samsung 50-megapixel camera GN1 supports the feature of ultra-automatic focus depending on the automatic detection of more than 100 million stages or the PDAF phase, also incorporates Samsung‘s Dual Pixel technology two photodiodes side by side inside each pixel, so that it can receive Light from different angles, with relying on all active pixels as auto focus factors, so that the sensor can detect the fixed or moving object and focus on it from every angle in real time, even under low light conditions, and depending on a software algorithm developed by Samsung the sensor can produce images with accuracy similar to 100 megapixels.

To provide the best low-light photography experience, the new GN1 image sensor relies on Tetracell technology, a technology that integrates pixels together to provide more light, which doubles the pixel size of the new sensor to 2.4 m at four times the light sensitivity to capture brighter images at a resolution of 12.5 Megapixels.

And Samsung begins mass production of the new sensor with 50 megapixels and a large pixel size during the current month of May 2020, which is the camera that it is expected to rely on in its new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 20, which is expected to be unveiled in next September 2020, despite its reliance on a main camera with a accuracy of 108 Megapixel in the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

Samsung Electronics aims to develop a 600-megapixel camera that can capture more details from the human eye, according to an article published by Yongin Park, executive vice president of the South Korean company and head of the camera sensor development team at Samsung, in which he talked about his perception of the future of camera sensors.

 

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Samsung Electronics has officially launched a 50-megapixel large 1.2-pixel camera, which is the sensor called Samsung ISOCELL GN1, which Samsung says is the first image sensor to combine both Dual Pixel and Tetracell technologies.

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