Samsung’s new camera sensor could help get rid of those ugly camera bumps

Samsung’s new camera sensor could help get rid of those ugly camera bumps

For many decades, despite our phones becoming thinner than the camera, lumps continue to stay. This has caused generations of smartphones that cannot lie flat on their back on account of the huge lumps, but Samsung may have the option using their most recent camera detector, the ISOCELL JN1.

The newest ISOCELL JN1 is a 50MP sensor using a dimension measuring 0.64 microns, 1/2.76-inches, and 0.64μm pixels. According to Samsung, the specs of this detector provide features such as 16% enhanced light sensitivity, 4-in-1 Pixel binning, and much improved overall low-light picture shooting capabilities.

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Various other features which we may anticipate from the detector comprise Dual Super PDAF, which utilizes double the density of pixels to get stage detection autofocus, which means even in reduced light conditions, it ought to have an easier time focusing on the topic. In addition, it can capture 4K 60fps movies and 1080p slow-mo movies in 240fps.

When it may not be a flagship detector that we need to expect to find in the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Galaxy or even the Galaxy S22 in 2022, the simple fact that it’s this little does provide us hope that in the future, Samsung may choose the technology and use it into more of the cameras to help shed camera lumps.

Source: SamMobile

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