The world's first smartphone camera sensor electronic company Samsung has introduced 108 megapixels after the 64-megapixel smartphone camera sensor. Samsung has teamed up with China's smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi. Samsung has earlier introduced a 64-megapixel sensor that will soon be available in Xiaomi's new smartphone.
For your information, Samsung's 64-megapixel smartphone camera sensor is named ISOCELL GW1. With 108 megapixel sensors, Samsung believes it will allow smartphone users to do better photography. With the 108-megapixel smartphone sensor ISOCELL Bright HMX, Samsung claims that the extreme light will have better photography. The lens has 100 million effective pixels. 1.33 inches. In this case, a large surface area of the sensor will be available to absorb the light.
Samsung has used Tetra technology in this mobile camera sensor that allows you to click better photos in low light by merging 4 pixels simultaneously. This technique reduces the voice and shows the exact color in the photo. Samsung's sensor uses the Smart IOSO mechanism in a good light. This sensor allows the 6K (6016x3384) video to be recorded at a rate of 30 frames per second. Samsung's sensor production will start from the end of August this month. With Samsung's 108-megapixel camera sensor, Xiaomi will be the world's first smartphone, though no details have emerged as of the date of the launch.
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