Samsung’s largest camera sensor to date, the ISOCELL GN2, is expected to be featured in Google’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Google Pixel 8 Pro.
Google Pixel 8 Pro with Samsung’s ISOCELL GN2
For a quick refresher, the ISOCELL GN2 was launched by Samsung 2 years ago and it features a 1/1.12-inch sensor with a 50MP resolution. The sensor’s pixel size measures 1.4μm, which can increase to 2.8μm with a 4-in-1 pixel binning process.
Other features include:
- 100MP images using a remosaic algorithm
- 8K videos at 30fps
- 4k videos at 120fps
- 1080p videos at 480fps
- Dual Pixel Pro autofocus
- Staggered HDR
Since the release of the Pixel 6 series, Google has been utilizing Samsung’s camera sensors, display panels, modems, and other electronic components. This trend is set to continue with Google’s upcoming Pixel smartphones.
Furthermore, by selecting the ISOCELL GN2 camera sensor, Google is demonstrating its dedication to delivering cutting-edge camera technology to its clientele.
The Pixel 8 Pro, set to be the newest member of the Pixel series, is poised to be a compelling addition and a formidable player in the high-end smartphone market.
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