Introducing ISOCELL HP3 – the second 200MP sensor with the smallest pixel size in the smartphone industry


Introducing ISOCELL HP3 – the second 200MP sensor with the smallest pixel size in the smartphone industry

Introducing ISOCELL HP3 – the second 200MP sensor with the smallest pixel size in the smartphone industry

News unit EMGblog.com : Company Samsung on June 23 of this year (2 July 1401), about 10 months after the introduction of the 200 megapixel sensor ISOCELL HP1 For smartphones, it unveils its second 200MP camera sensor, the ISOCELL HP3 has unveiled. The pixel size of this sensor is 12% smaller than last year and can reduce the space of the camera module by 20%. Also, according to the Korean company, this sensor with 0.56 micron pixels is the smallest among the sensors. Thanks to a new algorithm for stacking photos, cameras equipped with ISOCELL HP3 can provide HDR with higher resolution and faster autofocus.

The ISOCELL HP3 is a sensor The 1.4-inch camera has a resolution of 200 megapixels (that is, 200 million pixels fit into a 1.4-inch format) and its pixel size is 0.56 microns. The smaller pixel size reduces the size of the camera module by 20% and helps smartphone manufacturers to produce slimmer smartphones. For comparison, it is better to know that the previous generation of this sensor is ISOCELL HP1 is apparently a 1/1.22 inch sensor with 0.64 micron pixels, which is technically the first 200 megapixel sensor for smartphones is considered, but so far no smartphone has been equipped with it.

Although the smaller pixel size causes less light absorption and lower image quality in low-light environments, Samsung has considered a solution for it. Thanks to a new technology that the Korean company calls Tetra2pixel, the new sensor can record 50 megapixel images with 1.12 micron pixels by combining 2×2 (or 4 pixels by 1 pixel) and reducing the image resolution to a quarter. In addition, this sensor will be able to capture 12.5 megapixel images with 2.24 micron pixels in very dark environments, by combining 4×4 (or 16 pixels by 1 pixel) and reducing the image resolution to 16th.

Focus technology Advanced quadruple phase detection automatic or Super-QPD is another feature of the new sensor. According to Samsung, each of the pixels of this sensor, on its own, supports autofocus. In this way, each cluster of quadruple, i.e. all four adjacent pixels, uses a lens that detects the phase difference in both horizontal and vertical directions, and according to reports, provides more accurate and faster autofocus. ISOCELL HP3 can also shoot 8K videos at a rate Record 30 frames per second and 4K at 12 frames per second. In fact, the new 200 megapixel sensor of the Korean company can offer 8K video recording with the least loss in the field of view, unlike the 108 megapixel camera sensors of this company. Samsung is equipped to maximize the dynamic range where, depending on the ambient light, the information from the three ISO steps including low, medium and high is combined to enhance the HDR performance. Also, the ISOCELL HP3 sensor can produce images in 4 trillion colors with 14-bit depth, which is 64 times the 68 billion colors with 12-bit depth that the previous generation ISOCELL HP1 can support.

Samsung has announced that it will provide samples of the ISOCELL HP3 sensor to smartphone manufacturers. Houshman is ready and expects mass production of this product to begin this year.

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