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Unveiling the 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP2 sensor for the Galaxy S23 Ultra

Unveiling the 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP2 sensor for the Galaxy S23 Ultra

Samsung It recently unveiled a new high-end 200-megapixel sensor called ISOCELL HP2, and this sensor is probably going to be used in the Galaxy S23 series flagship phones. In this regard, the Korean company stated the size of this sensor to be 1.3/1.3, and the new sensor is going to be offered with a wide range of new technologies such as color reproduction and high dynamic range.

Perhaps the naming of this sensor, announced with the suffix HP2, actually indicates a weaker and lower-end version of the other 200 megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HP3 sensor, but the fact is that these numbers only refer to the individual size of each pixel. In its statement, Samsung has announced that the new sensor uses the company’s high-resolution technology, and recording images with high detail is another feature of this piece of hardware.

In this regard, it seems that this sensor has been called the best camera sensor of Samsung company so far. In the new sensor, Samsung presented its latest Pixel-binning technology called Tetra2pixel, and this sensor in low-light environments can provide 4 to 1 1.2 micrometer pixels in 50 megapixel resolution or 16 to 1 pixels with 2.4 micrometer size in 12.5MP resolution. to combine

Samsung ISOCELL HP2 sensor

Support for 8K video recording by combining 4 to 1 pixels with a size of 1.2 micrometers is another feature of this sensor. The sensor also comes with support for Dual Vertical Transfer Gate (D-VTG) technology, which reduces the effect of extreme highlights.

Korea Lee also stated that each pixel individually can collect more light than before, and this ultimately affects the quality of this sensor’s work. Support for Super QPD technology using vertical and horizontal patterns improves sensor autofocus even in low light conditions.

Samsung has also acknowledged that the ISOCELL HP2 sensor is the first sensor that uses the company’s Dual Slope Gain feature, and this technology offers high performance HDR capability by double and independent conversion of the analog signal received from the pixel.

The ultimate goal of this technology is to record double exposures to reduce the risk of detail loss when using regular HDR. This technology is also effective in improving 4K HDR video recording at 60 frames. Samsung’s new high-end sensor is currently in the final stages of production and will probably be unveiled in early February with the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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