According to various rumors, the future Samsung Galaxy S embarquerait no less than five photo sensors, in which a module of 150 megapixels.
A primary sensor 150 megapixel for the future Samsung Galaxy ?
For a few weeks now, the criticism raining down on the new Galaxy S20 Samsung, and in particular its declination Ultra. Despite various firmware upgrades, the flagship of the brand in south korea seems still and always affected by significant technical problems, particularly in regards to its photo section.
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According to various rumors, relayed notably by SamMobile, the Samsung group working currently on his future range (Galaxy S21 ?), which could have a photo section completely revised (and, we hope, corrected). In fact, exit the main sensor to 108 megapixels and a new sensor ISOCELL of 150 megapixels. The autofocus laser, very widely criticized, would also be left on the side of the road for this future generation.
Thus, the future flagship of the range Samsung could well have a five-fold photo sensor, which would be so taken by the module ISOCELL 150 megapixel. There would also be a telephoto lens of a 64 megapixel, sensor wide-angle 16 megapixels, and a sensor macro 12-megapixel camera, not to mention a sensor ToF to the depth of field.
Samsung has already confirmed work on a new photo sensor, very high resolution, and it’s a safe bet that the Korean giant choose its future smartphone premium to première it. The sensor ISOCELL 150 megapixel could as well be presented in the course of this year 2020, before being integrated in the future range of Galaxy smartphones, including the date of availability is set at the beginning of the year 2021.
Note that at the end of the year 2020, it is Xiaomi who should put on the market the first smartphone equipped with this new sensor ISOCELL 150 megapixel. On the side of Samsung, we have already mentioned the possibility of putting the point, one day, a sensor 600 megapixels…
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