Samsung may be working on a new 200MP ISOCELL image sensor. Although this claim has not been confirmed yet, several industry researchers claim it has the S5KGND designation. In addition, these claims include that the Samsung 200 MP ISOCELL sensor will be used first on a non-Samsung signed phone.
According to rumors emerging through the Chinese social media network Weibo; The ZTE Axon 30 Pro could be the world’s first smartphone to adopt Samsung’s upcoming S5KGND 200MP image sensor.
The ZTE Axon 30 Pro has no official release date yet. However, it is expected to be introduced in the first half of 2021. It is wondered how Samsung will train its new sensor in this short time.
In the incoming information, it is stated that the sensor will be 1 / 1.37 ″ in size and will have 1.28 micron pixels. This lens will support 4-in-1 and 16-in-1 pixel grouping.
As you know, 8K video recording has now become more common in the flagship phone world. However, it is reported that Samsung’s next 200MP image sensor can record 16K video. This only raises the question of whether smartphones today have enough storage space for such high-resolution files.
For now, all the details of Samsung’s new sensor are unknown. However, with the widespread use of 200 MP, 108 MP sensor is expected to come up to the middle segment. However, we may have to wait at least 1-1.5 years for 108 MP in mid-range phones.