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Samsung has announced a new 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN1 imaging sensor Smartphone Oriented.
A giant said Korean technology in a postISOCELL GN1 is its first sensor that includes dual-pixel autofocus technology and Tetracell pixel-merging technology, which will allow the sensor to deliver fast performance and good quality in low-light conditions.
The pixel size in the new sensor does not exceed 1.2 micrometers, and it appears that it will compete with the new IMX689 sensor from Sony in phones, such as: Oppo Find X2 Pro that comes with 48 megapixels, with a pixel size of 1.22 micrometers.
Adding dual-pixel autofocus technology is believed to be a welcome step, especially after the S20 Ultra – which used a 108-megapixel camera without this technology – suffered from poor autofocus performance, which the company said it would fix.
Combining high accuracy and fast autofocus technology is also believed to have become a priority for Samsung with the new ISOCELL GN1 sensor.
The company says: The sensor entered the stage of mass production during the current month, so it will not take long to reach smartphones.