Samsung’s 200 million pixel sensor will be launched by Motorola

In September this year, Samsung launched the first mobile image sensor ISOCELL HP1 that supports 200 million pixels (200Mp), based on Samsung’s 0.64μm technology.

Last night, digital blogger @i冰宇宙 broke the news via social media that Motorola will launch Samsung’s 200-megapixel sensor; Xiaomi will adopt it in the second half of next year; Samsung will not adopt a 200Mp camera until 2023.

In order to pursue low-light shooting effects, ISOCELL HP1 uses the new ChameleonCell technology. As a pixel synthesis technology, it can adopt 4×4, 2×2 or full pixel mode according to the usage environment.

In a poor light environment, ISOCELL HP1 merges 16 adjacent pixels into a 12.5Mp image sensor with 2.56μm large pixels. The resultant 2.56μm large pixels can absorb more light and have higher sensitivity.

In addition, ISOCELL HP1 can also shoot 8K video at 30 frames per second (fps). By merging 4 adjacent pixels, the resolution can be reduced to 50Mp or 8192x6144 to shoot 8K (7680x4320) video without cropping. Or reduce the full image resolution.

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