Samsung introduces the 0.7-micrometer-pixel mobile image sensor. ISOCELL Slim GH1 developed by Samsung is the smallest pixel mobile image sensor.
Samsung introduces the new ISOCELL Slim GH1 43.7 MP mobile image sensor. ISOCELL Slim GH1 will provide the optimal solution for thin, full-screen smart devices. The Slim GH1 contains 43.7 million 0.7 micrometer pixels in a super small package.
“Samsung has developed the industry’s first 1.0μm pixel image sensors, and has developed 64 MP and 108 MP 0.8μm ultra-high-resolution sensors, Yong said Yongin Park, vice president of sensor business at Samsung Electronics. , We are pleased to introduce a new invention with the industry’s first 0.7μm pixel image sensor, the ISOCELL Slim GH1, which will provide more elegant and more modern designs as well as excellent display experiences on tomorrow’s smartphones, Park said Park.
ISOCELL Slim GH1 is the first mobile image sensor to accommodate the smallest pixel size of 0.7μm pixels on the market. Using ISOCELL Plus, Samsung’s latest pixel isolation technology that minimizes optical losses, 0.7μm pixels will be able to get enough light to produce bright, vivid images. ISOCELL Slim GH1 uses Tetracell technology that combines pixels that provide even higher light sensitivity, equivalent to 1.4 μm pixel image sensors in low light environments.
The ISOCELL Slim GH1 has a high resolution of 7968 x 5480 pixels. The GH1 is equipped with high-resolution image sensors and can capture 4K videos with minimal loss of vision. The Slim GH1 will be able to record videos at a resolution of 3984 x 2740, fully covering the 3840 x 2160 resolution of 4K technology. Slim GH1 mobile image sensors will capture detailed backgrounds while recording high-definition videos and photos at 60 frames per second.
For clearer photos and videos, the GH1 supports Super PD, a gyroscope-based electronic image stabilization (EIS) and high-performance phase detection autofocus technology, providing fast and accurate autofocus. In addition, real-time high dynamic range (HDR) delivers even more balanced exposure and richer color even in mixed light environments.
Samsung is expected to begin mass production towards the end of this year for the ISOCELL Slim GH1 mobile image sensor.