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samsung: Samsung to upgrade its 200MP camera sensor, expected to arrive on the upcoming galaxy flagships – Times of India

Samsung announced its 200MP camera sensor, the ISOCELL HP1 in 2021. However, the company is yet to include the sensor in any of its flagship series. Other brands like Motorola and Xiaomi have already decided to include Samsung’s 200MP sensor before the company can use it on one of its own devices. Now, a new report by Sammobile suggests that Samsung is upgrading its most resolute camera sensor to include it as the main camera in the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone. The upgraded 200MP sensor will be known as the ISOCELL HP3.
Apart from the 200MP resolution, no other technical details about the ISOCELL HP3 have not been announced yet. The report suggests that considering the successive repetitions of the Samsung’s 108MP camera sensor the difference between the HP1 and HP3 sensors can be deduced a little bit. The hardware upgrade from HP1 to HP3 is likely to be marginal instead, the changes will mainly focus on computational algorithm improvements.
A 200MP sensor may sound like too much, however, flagship chipsets like the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 can support this as the maximum single-camera resolution. In 2021, Samsung’s mobile camera chief shared a video to explain the features and advantages of the first 200MP HP1 ISOCELL sensor. This video will offer some hints at the improvements that will be included in the HP3 sensor.
Moreover, nanocell pixel-binning helps in delivering ideal pixel sizes on such high-resolution cameras. However, Samsung has proved that it can bypass most of the drawbacks that are present in its 108MP sensor that offers tiny pixels. Users will have to wait to know what new level of detail the 200MP ISOCELL HP3 will bring in.

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