Samsung is working on a 600MP camera sensor to capture clearer images than human eyes. The company has given this information through its press note.
South Korean smartphone maker Samsung launched the 64MP camera sensor in May last year. The company then launched the 108MP ISOCELL HM1 sensor. This sensor has been used by the company in its latest flagship Galaxy S20 series. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is the most premium smartphone of the company which was launched earlier this year with this sensor. After this camera sensor, the company is now working on a 600MP camera sensor. The company has given this information through its press note.
Clicking photos, making videos has become a part of our routine nowadays. Many DSLR cameras use 40MP resolution sensors. At the same time, 12MP camera sensors are used in many flagship smartphones. It is believed that a picture of 500MP resolution can be captured with the human eye. This is why we can see everything so clearly. Samsung is working on a camera sensor with higher resolution than the human eye. Through this sensor, we will be able to capture even those smallest details. Which ordinary eyes cannot see.
NonaCell technology has been used in Samsung’s latest 108MP camera sensor. Which can work with better detailing even in low light. In 2019, Samsung became the first company in the world to have used a 0.7μm based camera sensor. The company stated in its note that the image sensor has its own importance in the field of smartphones. So the company is developing small pixels, high resolution sensors in 2020 and in the coming years. The special thing about this high resolution sensor will be that it will be able to capture the picture in more detail than the human eye. The company can also use this sensor in the flagship smartphone to be launched next year. However, the company has not shared any information about it.