Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Will Be Launched On February 1, 200MP Camera Will Be Available
Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of its latest image sensor 'ISOCELL HP2'. It has a resolution of 200 megapixels. This new Samsung camera module has already entered the mass production stage and will most likely debut with the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Samsung has been producing 200-megapixel sensors for years, but has yet to include such a high-resolution sensor on its own smartphones. For example, last year's Galaxy S22 Ultra included a 108-megapixel sensor for its main camera, but its new sensor almost doubles the resolution.
Galaxy S23 Ultra will be launched in February
Galaxy S23 Ultra will launch in February next month. Samsung's flagship phone will be based on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. A high-definition camera will be given in it. Samsung had given 100X zoom capability with S22 Ultra and now it can be increased further with the help of new 200MP camera lens.
Use of tetra pixel binning technology
The Samsung ISOCELL HP2 200 sensor comes with Tetra Pixel Binning Technology, which has been claimed for better lighting. The ISOCELL HP2 200 uses the same 1/1.3-inch optical format that was also used with the 108-megapixel sensor. The lens is capable of recording 8K videos.
Apart from this, it is also capable of fast focusing. This sensor comes with Samsung's new Dual Vertical Transfer Gate (D-VTG) technology for better color gamut. Samsung claims that this increases the capacity of the Pixel by more than 33%. This reduces overexposure in bright light conditions and enhances color reproduction.