As we know Samsung for manufacturing the budget range and premium range smartphones, they’re also quite popular for producing the components used in these smart devices. Now Samsung is planning to improve the camera quality for which they are developing the new 150-megapixel camera for smartphones.
So, after manufacturing the first 108-megapixel ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor which was used in Xiaomi MI Note 10 & Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, they are launching a new 150-megapixel sensor.
According to the rumors, the new 150-megapixel camera sensor will be embedded with NONACELL Technology. In this, the pixels are bonded together i.e., 9-in-1 pixel or in simple words “One single pixel will include nine individual pixels”. Through this, the sensor will be able to capture more amount of light and will produce a much higher resolution.
Earlier in the 108-megapixel camera sensor, it was 4-in-1 pixel, so now this is some advancement in the field of camera sensors. This new 150-megapixel sensor would be able to shoot the 16-megapixel pictures, whereas the 108-megapixel was able to shoot for the 12-megapixel picture as highlighted in Samsung’s keynote.
Through some rumors, we can consider that Xiaomi will be the first to use this 150-megapixel sensor in their premium smartphone which is expected to launch in Q4 of this year 2020. Just like earlier Samsung will use this camera sensor later on in their flagship devices (might be the next Galaxy S phone or in the Note Series). We can expect Oppo and Vivo to follow up in early 2021.