Samsung recently announced the release of branded photo sensors 32 and 48 megapixels. The company is struggling to impose the struggle of the leader of the industry of photosensors - Sony. In the summer, the Japanese giant demonstrated its development by showing a 48 megapixel sensor, now the South Korean manufacturer has come up with a similar product.
Both sensors have a 0.8 µm pixel size, so on fairly small microchips you can realize high-resolution photosensors that are distinguished by high performance and photosensitivity. Using advanced technology, sensors provide an opportunity to shoot in decent quality even in low light conditions. Electronic stabilization using a gyroscope will also be a useful feature.
Photosensors will start mass production next month, which means that the new Galaxy S10 may well get them.