World’s First 440MP Camera Sensor: In February this year, the Korean company Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series. In this, the 200MP camera sensor was given by the company, which clicks the best photos. Meanwhile, there is news that the company is working on 4 new sensors, the most important of which is a 440MP camera sensor. At present, it is not known whether these camera sensors are being made for smartphones or the company is preparing them for some other purpose. By the way, Samsung has already said that its aim is to make a camera with the same resolution as the human eye. The new 440MP sensor could be a step in this direction. For those who do not know how much is the megapixel of our eyes, it is around 576MP.
Work on these 3 camera sensors is also going on
Tipster Revegnus has also shared information about the three camera sensors that the company is developing. It has a 50MP ISOCELL GN6 sensor with 1.6-micron pixels that can be used by Chinese smartphone makers. This could be Samsung’s first 1-inch camera competing with Sony’s 1-inch IMX989 sensor. It is used by Vivo for its flagship, Vivo X90 Pro Plus.
The second is the 200MP HP7 sensor with 0.7-micron pixels, which was initially planned for the Samsung Galaxy S25 Ultra, but was scrapped due to high production costs. The third one is a 320MP sensor which can be seen in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S26 Ultra. This camera sensor supports the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 processor.
Company working on ISOCELL camera sensor
Samsung wants to further enhance the camera quality of the smartphone with its ISOCELL sensor. The company launched the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra earlier this year, which had a 200MP HP2 camera. Samsung may also launch Galaxy S24 Ultra soon, which is reported to have 200MP primary camera with 12MP ultrawide sensor, 50MP telephoto lens and 10MP periscope lens. Note, this information is based on leaks. You will have to wait for more accurate information.