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Samsung Shares Promotional Video for ISOCELL GN1

Samsung has shared a promotional video for the new camera sensor ISOCELL GN1, which has very powerful features. Samsung ISOCELL GN1; It features 50 MP resolution and dual precision Smart-ISO. The sensor is expected to be used in the Vivo X50 Pro in the first place.
Today’s phones can serve like a camera thanks to their equipment. If that’s what provides, of course, the camera sensors used in the phones. These sensors take their place on many devices and offer high-resolution and high-quality photos to the user. South Korean tech giant Samsung is also producing ISOCELL sensors to take camera sensors one step further. The company is now preparing to add another one to these sensors.

Samsung introduced the ISOCELL GN1,the latest product of ISOCELL technology, with a video that also features some features. With 50 MP resolution, 1.2 micrometer pixels and dual precision, the sensor features powerful features such as the Smart-ISO, which is more important to Samsung. ISOCELL GN1 is the company’s first image sensor combining Tetracell and Dual Pixel technologies.

Promotional video of Samsung’s new sensor ISOCELL GN1:

The presentation video of the ISOCELL GN1, which Samsung claims is comparable to a DSLR camera, has been known for more than a month. The company introduced this sensor in mid-May, and it was even revealed that the vivo x50 pro could be the first phone to use the sensor.

This highly colorful video that Samsung shares about isocell GN1; The bright colours that is capable of isocell plus and sensor feature the most powerful features of the sensor, such as Tetracell technology, which combines four pixels with real-time HDR capacity and 3-level exposure for shadows. In addition, ultra-fast autofocus, one of the sensor’s most interesting features, is enabled by 100 million focal units (2 per pixel).

ISOCELL GN1 is currently in mass production. These sensors are expected to come to light with the upcoming Vivo X50 Pro. We will continue to inform you when new information about the sensor comes out.

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