Samsung New 50-Megapixel JN1 Sensor Has The Smallest Pixels Ever

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Samsung’s New 50-Megapixel JN1 Sensor Has The Smallest Pixels Ever

Samsung New 50-Megapixel JN1 Sensor Has The Smallest Pixels Ever

There are the smallest pixels in the newest 50-megapixel  camera sensor of Samsung. In the entire industry, the 0.64-micrometre pixels are the smallest.

One more time, Samsung has pushed limits on the sizes of a pixel along with its newest 50-megapixel camera sensor. The Isocell JNI has 50 megapixels into a smaller ½.76 inch and the size of the pixel is 0.64 micrometres. As compared to the previous release of the 0.7-micrometre pixels in the year 2019, which had found on the 43.7 megapixels Isocell slim GH1 sensor, these tiny pixels are considerably smaller.

According to the statement by the Samsung electronics executive VP Duckhyun Chang, The New Isocell JN1 at 0.64μm would have the proficiency for equipping tomorrow’s sleekest smart mobile phones along with the ultra-high-resolution phone photographs.

For the multi-camera setups, the size of a smaller sensor would be useful. The designers of the smartphone can make use of the sensor for front-facing, telephoto or standard cameras and ultrawide depends on the requirement of the resolution and setup. It has aforementioned by Samsung that by around 10% the camera module thickness would be diminished by it.

The hurdle is, the smaller pixels are not proficient to gather as much light as the larger pixels can do. Even though, while shooting in the low light, the sensor accumulates the four pixels into one and boost the light by 4 times whilst diminishing the sensor resolution to 12.5 megapixels. It makes use of the new Isocell 2.0 tech of Samsung, on top of that, which replaces the metal hurdles between the filters and colour along with a material that diminishes the light loss. And it boosts the sensitivity up to 16%.

The newest sensor has the capability to incorporate the double super phase detect (PD) autofocus of Samsung with 2 times the phase detect pixel density. It also betters the AF performance in low light situations. The new sensor is able to support 4K video at 60 fps and Full HD at 240 fps as well. Samsung has aforesaid that at present, the JN1 is in mass production, so anticipate that anon, it can arrive in the new smartphones.


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