Samsung is working on a new camera for its upcoming phones. The company recently shipped a phone called the Galaxy S23 Ultra with a powerful 200-megapixel camera. Now, they are planning to use an even better version of this camera for the next two S Ultra flagships. There is also news about a new camera sensor that Samsung is developing.
According to a person who shares tech information, Samsung is creating a 1-inch ISOCELL camera sensor. This camera sensor will have very small pixels, measuring 0.8 micrometers. It will also have a feature called dual-pixel autofocus and something called in-sensor crop zoom. Unfortunately, the person sharing this information did not mention the specific model number of this camera sensor.
If you want to stay updated on this and other news, you can follow Samsung on various social media platforms like Google News, Telegram, X/Twitter, Facebook, and WhatsApp. Before this news, the same person who shared this information told everyone that Samsung plans to improve the cameras in the Galaxy S25 and S25 Plus. These new flagship phones are expected to have a different camera sensor made by Sony, breaking away from the usual ISOCELL cameras Samsung uses.
Samsung is not stopping at the 200-megapixel camera in the Galaxy S23 Ultra. They are working on an even better version of it for their next phones, and there’s news about a completely new camera sensor with advanced features in the works.