The videos that are included here are from Edwards Urbina’s YouTube channel (opens in new tab), a Nicaraguan who was successful in obtaining a Galaxy S23 Ultra early and has been sharing camera samples for the past few days. Be careful, though, that Urbina has been often erasing his posts (perhaps to evade Samsung’s wrath), so if these videos disappear, that is likely the reason.
The first authentic unpacking video of the Galaxy S23 Ultra surfaced on the internet earlier today. The smartphone’s first low-light camera samples have now emerged, demonstrating what the phone’s brand-new 200MP camera sensor is capable of.
The ISOCELL HP2, a new 200-megapixel (MP) image sensor with improved pixel technology and full-well capacity for great mobile photography in tomorrow’s premium smartphones, was revealed by Samsung Electronics.
Samsung is an innovator in the creation of high-performance image sensors that increase photo and video quality. Samsung recently held their Tech Day 2022 event, where they discussed the most recent advancements and future goals for numerous System LSI-related technologies, including the image sensor.
Samsung recently applied to KIPRIS (Korea Intellectual Property Rights Information Service) in South Korea for trademark rights for the XISO-CELL brand via GalaxyClub.There is not much to say about it other than the branding and the font.
The 200MP ISOCELL camera has recently been added to the lineup by Samsung System LSI. Its name is ISOCELL HPX, and among its characteristics is Tetra 2 Pixel binning technology, which enables 12.5MP and 50MP resolution settings for various lighting circumstances and 8K video recording at 30 frames per second.
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