Samsung has introduced a range of new ISOCELL smartphone camera sensors, which may serve as the replacements for Galaxy and Pixel devices in the future.

Samsung revealed the ISOCELL HP9, GNJ, and JN5 this week in a post. Each of the three new sensors has a distinct function.

The 200MP ISOCELL HP9 sensor was created especially to be used with telephoto lenses. For some time now, Samsung has been producing 200MP sensors; the primary camera sensor of the Galaxy S24 Ultra is one of those, the ISOCELL HP2. The HP9, according to Samsung, has a 0.56-micrometer (μm) pixel size, a 1/1.4-inch sensor, and a new high-refractive microlens to enhance autofocus and capture more light. While the majority of telephoto cameras in use now don’t have as many megapixels as they once did, the Honor Magic 6 Pro served as a testament to the quality of high-resolution telephoto sensors.

Could anything such to this appear in a later Galaxy flagship model?

The Samsung 50MP ISOCELL JN5 camera sensor, on the other hand, appears to be designed with the goal of serving as a flexible sensor for a number of tasks. The sensor has 0.64μm pixel size and 1/2.76-inch sensor size. Stated differently, it is a compact sensor with a multitude of applications.

The last 50MP camera sensor is the Samsung ISOCELL GNJ, which has 1.0μm pixels and a sensor size of 1/1.57-inch. According to Samsung, the dual-pixel sensor offers better video quality, reduced artifacting in images, and significantly less power usage. At the very least, this sensor could be used in next Pixel phones because it belongs to the same family that Google utilizes in its most recent Pixel products. However, given its smaller size and the fact that Google only upgraded its primary sensor last year, it’s unlikely that this one will be in a Pixel flagship anytime soon.

In the upcoming months, Android phones may begin to use these new camera sensors; however, Samsung hasn’t yet revealed which phones will use them.

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