Samsung introduces 200MP ISOCELL HP3 sensor with industry’s smallest pixels

Samsung was announced a new 200 MP sensor called ISOCELL HP3. It has the “smallest pixel in the industry” at just 0.56μm, 12% smaller than its predecessor.

This sensor promises faster autofocus and better HDR thanks to a new algorithm.

The new sensor arrives nine months after the ISOCELL HP1, which is technically the first 200 MP camera sensor for smartphonesalthough we have yet to see a phone that incorporates it.

managed to reduce the pixel size by 0.64μm, making the new sensor 1/1.4″ in size, about 20% smaller than its predecessor.

Thanks to 4 to 1 pixel binning, 1.12μm pixels are achieved when taking 50MP photos. For photos in dark conditions, the new sensor also supports 16-to-1 pixel binning for huge 2.24μm pixels and 12.5MP photos.

Samsung also has the Super-QPD autofocus solution. All pixels are equipped with autofocus capabilities, with each group of four recognizing phase differences in both the horizontal and vertical directions. The sensor can also record 8K video at 30fps and 4K video at 120fps with “minimal loss in field of view”.

O Smart-ISO Pro Feature Enhanced now combines information from three stages: low, medium and high ISO mode to increase HDR performance. ISOCELL HP3 can produce images with 14-bit depth.

Samsung expects mass production to begin this year.

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