Just launched the Galaxy S20 Ultra with a 108 megapixel camera, Samsung is now reportedly preparing to bring a camera sensor with a higher resolution, reaching 150 megapixels.
This sensor allegedly will have a physical size of about 1 inch and also equipped with Nonacell technology that combines every 9 pixels into one (3×3) to improve the quality of the final result, like the 108 megapixel camera on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
That is, the default resolution of the camera sensor is likely to be 16 megapixels (150/9), with the option to take photos with full resolution of 150 megapixels.
The information above comes from a Korean website called Clien.net that is distributed by Twitter users named @Kuma_Sleepy, as compiled by KompasTekno from TechRadar, Friday (3/20/2020).
In his tweet, @Kuma_Sleepy said the cellphone vendor who will first use the 150 megapixel sensor was not Samsung alone, but Xiaomi, in the fourth quarter of 2020.
After Xiaomi, according to @Kuma_Sleepy, Samsung’s camera sensors will be used in devices made by Oppo and Vivo that use the next-generation high-class chip from Qualcomm – namely Snapdragon 875 – in the first quarter of 2021.
For the 108 megapixel camera before, Samsung just recently used it on its own mobile product (Galaxy S20 Ultra), after Xiaomi (Mi Note 10 Pro), although both phones use different types of sensors.
However, there is also the possibility that the new 150 megapixel sensor will only be used by Samsung’s partner mobile phone vendors in China, namely Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo.
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