Samsung’s new image sensors will help phone makers include even more cameras
Samsung introduced a pair of ultra-small, high-resolution image sensors today that will support the development of more smartphones that integrate as many cameras as possible into their designs.
The new 0.8-micrometer pixel image sensors are the 48-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 and the 32Mp ISOCELL Bright GD1. Samsung says that even at a reduced pixel size, the new sensors provide greater design flexibility, which means, among other things, more cameras packed into smartphone designs, as well as better utilization of space inside increasingly slimmer and bezel-free bodies. Both sensors are also based on Samsung's latest pixel isolation technology that optimizes performance especially for smaller-dimension pixels.
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