Samsung is pushing the limits once more on pixel dimensions with its most recent smartphone camera sensor. The Isocell JN1 suits fifty megapixels into a little 1/two.seventy six-inch format for a pixel dimensions of just .sixty four micrometers. That’s noticeably smaller than the .7 micrometer pixels identified on its 43.7-megapixel Isocell Slender GH1 sensor produced again in 2019. “The new Isocell JN1 at .64μm will be in a position to equip tomorrow’s sleekest smartphones with ultra-higher resolution mobile photographs,” reported Samsung Electronics executive VP Duckhyun Chang.
The little sensor dimensions will be valuable for multi-camera setups, permitting smartphone designers use the sensor for front-facing, ultra-wide, telephoto or common cameras, depending on the setup and resolution demanded. It will also lessen camera module thicknesses by around 10 %, Samsung reported.
The challenge with little pixels is that they cannot acquire as significantly light-weight as more substantial pixels. So, for minimal light-weight