Samsung Galaxy S10 Could Launch with 48MP Camera Setup

Are you hyped for Samsung Galaxy S10 device? Well… let me say, don’t be hyped for now. This is just predictions because today Samsung has announced two new ISOCELL image sensors. As explained in the launch event, the sensors are mainly aimed at the multi-camera smartphones. For now say, upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10.

Let’s take a look at both the sensors.

  1. Samsung ISOCELL GM1
  2. Samsung ISOCELL GD1

If you go deeper inside the sensors, the GM1 and GD1 both have 0.8-micrometer (μm) pixel image sensors. Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 has 48-megapixels and Samsung ISOCELL Bright GD1 has the 32-megapixels. So, this both new ISOCELL image sensors will be used to install the cameras inside the new upcoming smartphones which will utilize this chips.

The new sensors are way smaller compared to the recent one Samsung’s ISOCELL sensors. So, this might be the biggest advantage. It will consume very less space inside the smartphone and promise to deliver the more pixels in their products. Right now, if we talk about the Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 device, you could see 48MP camera sensor that will be powered by this new ISOCELL sensors in order to provide better image quality.

No doubt, Samsung has a quite better technology and to manufacture this both chips, Samsung used ISOCELL Plus and Tetra cell technology. ISOCELL Plus optimizes the performance for the smaller pixels and Tetra cell uses the four pixels to work as one single pixel to increase the light sensitivity.