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Samsung announces the world’s smallest 0.64 μm pixel mobile image sensor

Samsung announces the world’s smallest 0.64 μm pixel mobile image sensor

Samsung has announced the 50MP ISO CELL JN1, the world’s first 0.64 micrometer (μm) pixel image sensor.

The 1 / 2.76 inch JN1 uses ISOCELL 2.0 technology and features new extensions that increase light sensitivity by approximately 16%. It also leverages Samsung’s 4: 1 pixel binning technology, Tetrapixel, to merge four adjacent 0.64 μm pixels into one large 1.28 μm pixel to create a 12.5 MP bright photo.

Samsung states that the JN1 is the most versatile image sensor because it can be used in frontal, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto cameras. Smaller sensors reduce the height of the camera module by about 10%, allowing for slimmer and more streamlined smartphone designs. Other specifications include Smart-ISO, improved Double Super PD, and 4K video recording up to 60fps.

Since JN1 is currently in mass production, consumers can expect it to appear on smartphones soon.

Source: Samsung



Samsung announces the world’s smallest 0.64 μm pixel mobile image sensor

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