Samsung officially announced the ISOCELL GN2 sensor, which has a 50 mega pixel resolution with a 1.4μm pixel size, which supports 8K video recording, and comes with Dual Pixel Pro technology.
Samsung today launched a new generation of ISOCELL GN2 camera sensors, introducing the sensor with Dual Pixel Pro technology, which is used for the first time from the company, and the sensor also features a size of 1 / 1.12 inch, with 50 million pixels, 1.4μm pixel size to support imaging with higher lighting efficiency Low.
The ISOCELL GN2 sensor also supports a larger 2.8μm pixel simulation by merging 4 pixels into one larger pixel, to support attracting more light, and produce brighter and clearer images.
The sensor also rearranges color pixels through a smart algorithm, creating 3 independent layers of 50 mega-pixel frames in green, red and also blue colors, and the algorithm works to raise the efficiency of the frames and combine them to produce ultra-clear images with 100 mega-pixel resolution.
Samsung confirms that the sensor supports reducing energy consumption with HDR by 24%, and supports full-HD video recording at 480 frames per second, or 4K at 120 frames per second, and supports 8K video recording.
On the other hand, Dual Pixel Pro technology supports fast autofocus, especially in low-light conditions, and when photographing a moving subject.
It is reported that the Korean giant Samsung has already started mass production of the ISOCELL GN2 sensor to support the next generation of smartphones.