Samsung about to launch 200MP sensor! Here are its impressive capabilities

Galaxy S21 Ultra

Samsung is preparing to change the panorama of photography on smartphones again. After launching the first 108MP sensor, the South Korean is now preparing to make the leap to 200MP.

With the launch of this imminent sensor, we get some details of what to expect from it. This new 200MP ISOCELL sensor promises to take photography and, above all, video to a new level.

Samsung 200MP sensor will be able to record video in 16K

It is in the video recording department that the most impressive detail of the new 200MP photo sensor developed by Samsung appears. According to what is advanced, it can do 16K resolution recordings.

Galaxy S21 Ultra

When the market is still trying to standardize 8K, Samsung wants to force evolution by offering twice that resolution on smartphones. A resolution that makes us question whether mobile devices will have enough storage for files of such size.

It will be possible to achieve such numbers thanks to a sensor with a dimension of 1 / 1.37 ″ and that will have 1.28-micron pixels. It is also important to note that this sensor can make binning in 4 in 1 or 16 in 1.

This means that the next photo sensor developed by Samsung can combine up to an incredible 16 pixels in one. The company’s intention will certainly be to significantly improve the results obtained in low light situations.

These data point to a significant evolution in the new sensor from Samsung compared to what the South Korean currently offers. Here we talk about its 108MP sensor, which records video at 8K and makes a pixel binning 9 in 1.

ZTE Axon 30 Pro will debut this 200MP sensor

As with the 108MP ISOCELL sensor, Samsung’s smartphone will not debut its 200MP sensor. This milestone will be delegated to the ZTE Axon 30 Pro.

However, it has not yet been announced when this smartphone will be officially unveiled. It certainly won’t be long before that, but before that Samsung will still have to reveal all the details about this 200MP sensor.

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