Samsung Unveils ISOCELL GN2 Sensor with Better Autofocus and Lowlight Performance
When you are talking about smartphone cameras, Samsung has been giving some competition to Sony now. They have easily become one of the best camera sensor manufacturers in the market with a heap of sensors under the hood. You can get sensors ranging from 32-megapixel and going all the way up to 108-megapixel. However, Samsung is not willing to stop because they want the top stop, and in the latest news, the company has announced a new 50-megapixel ISOCELL GN2 sensor.
If you are wondering, the sensor serves as a direct successor to last year's ISOCELL GN1, and this one has some notable improvements under the hood. For starters, you are getting an increased pixel size, improved autofocusing performance, as well as better HDR capture, along with other notable benefits. The megapixel count remains the same, but Samsung is pairing it with a larger 1/1.2 sensor and a bigger 1.4-micron pixel size, which will help with low light performance.