Samsung announced its new ISOCELL camera sensors which might be making their ways on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. Samsung had launched their first ISOCELL camera sensor last year and we now have the successor with the second gen of ISOCELL camera sensor.
Samsung latest ISOCELL camera sensor comes with a bright sensor with Tetracell technology which combines four adjacent pixels and processes them into a single image which improves the low-light image quality.It also comes with additional Samsung smart WDR technology which takes multiple exposures into single shots which might further improve the image details.
The new sensor also comes with faster AF which further helps the camera autofocusing capabilities in all situation even under low lighting condition.Samsung has also added a new software feature called the Super Phase Detection AF which is powered by the same old Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.
Samsung also launched new ISOCELL Slim sensor is also small in size and is having 0.9-micron pixel size.Samsung also claims that the sensor can provide high-level performance when compared with any other ordinary camera sensor.
Samsung also unveiled the ISOCELL Dual which is specifically made for Dual camera smartphones.It features optical zoom, software-powered out of focus effects, and also great depth sensor.Samsung claims that the new ISOCELL Dual can produce DSLR like images.The new ISOCELL sensors can capture images ranging from 12MP to 24MP.All the sensors will be made available to all third-party OEM’s soon.