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Samsung launches 32MP and 48MP camera sensors for smartphones!

Today, Samsung launched two new image sensors, the 32MP ISOCELL Bright GD1 and 48MP Bright GM1 0.8μm pixel.
Samsung launches 32MP and 48MP camera sensors for smartphones!
The next great mobile camera sensors?

The new sensors are designed to solve most of the known module problems and bring flexibility to bring more pixels with less space. It could help aid mobile manufactures build a slim and bezel-less smartphone.

The GD1 and GM1 sensors are based on ISOCELL Plus pixel isolation technology. They optimizes the performance for smaller dimension pixels and brings rich-resolution camera quality.

They also have the Tetracell technology which combines four pixels to work as one to increase light sensitivity. Samsung claimed that it is equivalent to 1.6μm pixel image sensor at 8MP and 12MP resolution, respectively.

Samsung also stated that the new sensors also has support for gyro-based electronic image stabilization for accurate image capture.

The GD1 sensors also features HDR for balanced exposure, rich colors, and details while taking selfies and live stream videos in low and high-contrast environment.

Demand for ultra-small, high-resolution image sensors are growing as smartphones evolve to deliver new and more exciting camera experiences for users, said Ben K. Hur, vice president of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics.

The new 32MP and 48MP camera sensors by Samsung are expected to be in mass production later this year.

Could this be the camera sensor for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10?

What do you guys think?
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