Cell phone companies around the globe are always in a race with each other to fetch the highest market share. For that purpose, the research and development teams of these companies work hard to introduce the latest programs and features. Recently, a rumor has surfaced about such developments in one of the biggest cell phone companies in the world, Samsung.
In the latest development, sources have confirmed that Samsung is going to introduce the first ever 200 Mega Pixel camera in a cellphone in their upcoming Flagship phone S23. News is coming every now and then but what we have confirmed is the new 200MP camera is based on the latest ISOCELL HP3 sensor technology. Samsung, the global pioneer in semiconductor technology has made the induction of a 200mp camera in a cell phone by introducing the smallest pixel which is only 0.56µm, 12% smaller than the previously smallest pixel i.e. 0.64 µm in isocell HP1.
What to expect from Isocell HP3 Sensor?
In short, the best photography experience to date is what one should expect from this latest technology.
The QPD auto-focusing technology empowers every single pixel with autofocusing abilities that will further improve the overall autofocusing and image stability. Users will able to capture top-quality cinematic videos with their cell phones because now they can shoot up to 8k videos with 30 Fps and 4k videos with 120fps.
Another brilliant ability of the sensor will enable Samsung phones to capture vibrant colors and excellent images even in very low light conditions. The tetra² Pixel technology enables the camera to infuse 4 pixels into 1 to make a 50mp sensor and 16 pixels into 1 to make a 12.5mp sensor to absorb more and more light and natural color to create the best shots even under low light conditions. Means even better photography indoors and at night times.
The isocell HP3 sensor technology will also enable the cameras to portray images in 4 trillion colors with smart ISO mode. This means 64 times more colors than Isocell HP1. So it is safe to say that Samsung is so far ahead in innovation that they are breaking their own previous records.
Not only has this new technology improved the camera, but also the physical dimensions and hardware arrangement in the cellphones. The smallest pixels have reduced the camera module space by about 20% which means much slimmer and sleek designs could be expected in the near future.