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Samsung unveils a new 200MP smartphone camera sensor before its first hits the market


What you need to know

  • Samsung has announced an updated 200MP camera sensor.
  • The ISOCELL HP3 features smaller pixels than the previous version for a smaller profile.
  • The sensor can combine four or 16 pixels to output 50MP or 12.5MP images.
  • The new sensor can be sampled now by OEMs and will go into mass production this year.

Last year, Samsung announced an impressive-sounding 200MP smartphone camera sensor that we couldn’t wait to get our hands on. Unfortunately, it hasn’t arrived on any smartphones just yet, but the company has gone ahead and announced the follow-up ISOCELL HP3 sensor.

One of the most significant changes with this new 200MP camera sensor is the smaller pixel size. The ISOCELL HP3 (opens in new tab) features 0.56μm pixels, a tad smaller than the 0.64μm pixels found on its predecessor. Samsung says this smaller pixel size allows the sensor to fit in a 20% smaller space, which may appeal to OEMs interested in adopting it for their phones.

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