Samsung pushes pixel size even further with new camera sensor  The VergeView Full Coverage on Google News
Samsung has announced a new smartphone camera sensor with the smallest pixel size in the industry. The 50-megapixel ISOCELL JN1 has 0.64μm pixels and is currently in mass production.The smallest pixel size in the industry.

Samsung pushes pixel size even further with new camera sensor - The Verge

Samsung’s most versatile image sensor offers 50Mp options for both front and rear-facing cameras Combined pixel technology advancements reduce chip size while enhancing light sensitivity and phase detection capabilitiesSamsung’s most versatile image sensor offers 50Mp options for both front and rear-facing cameras Combined pixel technology advancements reduce chip size while enhancing light sensitivity and phase detection capabilities

Samsung Breaks New Ground With Mass Production of Industry’s Smallest 0.64μm-Pixel Mobile Image Sensor – Samsung Global Newsroom

Samsung unveils 50MP ISOCELL JN1 camera sensor - comments

Samsung has announced the Isocell JN1 camera sensor, delivering a smaller sensor and pixel size than previous 50MP sensors from the firm.Samsung has announced the Isocell JN1 camera sensor, delivering a smaller sensor and pixel size than previous 50MP sensors from the firm.

Samsung Isocell JN1 announced: A slimmer 50MP sensor, but is it better?

Samsung has launched a new 50MP ISOCELL camera sensor. It is the smallest 50MP sensor, and it could appear in slimmer and more affordable devices. - SamMobileSamsung has announced a new ISOCELL camera sensor—ISOCELL JN1—for smartphones. The new sensor has the smallest pixel size of any 50MP smartphone sensor ever at 0.64 microns and is designed to slim

Samsung's new camera sensor is designed to get rid of nasty camera bumps - SamMobile

The new Samsung ISOCELL JN1 image sensor employs tiny 0.64μm pixels to achieve a smaller size for slim smartphones.High-resolution camera for sleek devices

Samsung ISOCELL JN1 image sensor unveiled with 0.64μm pixels | TechRadar

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