The 200MP ISOCELL sensor will be available on smartphones next year from Samsung.

A few months ago, Samsung announced the ISOCELL HP1, the world’s first 200MP smartphone camera sensor. It was previously reported that the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with a 200MP camera, however, this is not the case.


That doesn’t rule out the possibility of Samsung’s flagship camera working with other manufacturers of smartphones. Motorola will be the first smartphone company to employ Samsung’s 200MP camera sensor, according to leaker Ice Universe (@UniverseIce). In the first half of 2022, the business plans to release a smartphone with a 200MP camera. The ISOCELL HP1 sensor will be found inside a Xiaomi smartphone in the second half of 2022. The whistleblower also claimed that Samsung will use the 200MP sensor in its smartphones, but gave no particular launch time.

ISOCELL HP1 is a 1 / 1.22-inch sensor with a  resolution of 200 MP and a native pixel size of 0.64m. Supports 2×2 (50MP images with 1.28μm pixels) and 4 × 4 pixels (12.5MP images with 2.65μm pixels). ) for increased light sensitivity in low light conditions. In bright conditions, it is supposed to offer detailed images with a wide dynamic range and video up to 8K 30fps. 

200MP camera will be adopted by Moto first, then by Xiaomi in the second half of next year, and by 2023, Samsung will adopt 200MP.

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 24, 2021

It can even record 4K 120 fps video with a wide field of view. Some whistleblowers claim that this 200MP sensor will be used for the first time in a high-end, mid-range Samsung Galaxy smartphone. In our opinion, the ISOCELL GN2 is Samsung’s best photosensor. This is a 1 / 1.12-inch sensor (larger than the 200MP ISOCELL HP1) with native pixels of 1.4 µm. It features Dual Pixel Pro autofocus technology, HDR shift, 8K 30fps video recording, and 4K 120fps video recording.

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