Samsung starts mass production of 0.64μm-pixel mobile image sensor

Thursday 10 June 2021 | 08:46 CET | News
Samsung Electronics has introduced its 0.64-micrometer (μm)-pixel image sensor, the 50-megapixel Samsung Isocell JN1. The JN1 uses Isocell 2.0 technology with enhancements designed to upgrade light sensitivity by around 16 percent, Samsung said. For low-light environments, the sensor uses Samsung's four-to-one pixel binning technology dubbed Tetrapixel, which is designed to merge four adjacent 0.64μm-pixels into one big 1.28μm-pixel to quadruple light sensitivity for brighter 12.5Mp photographs.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: World
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