Called the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX, the new 108MP sensor is “…the first mobile image sensor in the industry to go beyond 100 million pixels”, according to Samsung. The company reckons the upgrade of its 64MP sensor will put smartphone cameras even deeper into DSLR-bothering territory
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At a briefing in China, Xiaomi said it will become the first manufacturer to use Samsung’s brand new 108MP ISOCELL sensor in a smartphone.
Samsung’s smartphones are known for producing great images, for all that they’re using nothing but 12MP cameras (technically). But it’s a fair bet that Samsung’s new flagships are going to default to 16MP — thanks to a new 64MP ISOCELL image sensor the company revealed this morning.
As much as it hurts to see this P30 Pro teardown, that’s something that we — and you — should probably watch. Because Huawei’s put some pretty high-end stuff in there. Like its Periscope camera.