Leaks earlier last week revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones will not come with a camera at the bottom of the screen.
The source added at the time that one of the companies might be disturbed by the quality of the images from the cameras located under the screen, not to mention the cost required to produce them, and this may cause the company not to use them in the upcoming series of Los phones.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series will not come with ISOCELL HP3 sensor
Apparently, another “innovative” technology will be absent from the series, which lies in the Samsung sensor called “ISOCELL HP3” with a resolution of 200 megapixels.
Several previous leaks indicated that Motorola is about to launch the first flagship phone with a 200-megapixel camera backed by a Samsung sensor. Apparently, the new sensor will not be launched with the Galaxy S23 series, not even with.
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It is worth noting that Samsung announced last week the launch of the so-called new 200-megapixel camera sensor, nine months after the launch of the first 200-megapixel camera sensor.
The new sensor is 12% smaller than the previous version. It comes with a 1/1.4-inch size with a resolution of 200MP and a native pixel size of 0.56µm. While the size is about 1/1.22 inch with 0.64 µm pixels.
It also promises faster autofocus and even sharper HDR thanks to a new image stacking algorithm. Today on our website, we will show you the most important features of the new ISOCELL HP3 200 MP sensor that the company announced.
In your opinion, what is the most prominent and important feature that should be available in the Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones?
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