New smartphones today are designed almost exclusively for their capturing prowess. This makes sense with media platforms on the rise more than ever before. We’ve seen a lot of recent phones feature 48MP cameras.
Samsung planning to launch a new camera module which is supported 64Mp camera sensor. From Samsung, Galaxy A70s will reportedly feature Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor, which was announced earlier this month.
process of making 64MP shots
This sensor uses Tetracell technology to combine four 0.8μm pixels into a single pixel for sharper images and improved low-light photography. 0.8μm is the smallest pixel size currently available on the market and it is also available in Samsung’s 48MP sensor.
64MP sounds like a crazy big number, but photos will usually be 16MP or smaller. When announcing the GW1 sensor, Samsung did state it will be possible to take 64MP photos in bright settings. The GW1 supports real-time HDR of up to 100dbs, which is 40db higher than a conventional sensor.
Last Updated on May 24, 2019 by Manjoy Haldar