Currently, Samsung is the supplier of smartphone camera sensor with the highest resolution, up to 108MP. However, it seems that the company still does not want to stop at this number.

Specifically, today, a source from Twitter has revealed, Samsung is in the process of researching and developing a new camera sensor for smartphones, with a resolution of up to 150MP.

The source also adds that the sensor from Samsung will be up to nearly 1 inch, using Nonacell technology similar to the 108MP ISOCELL Bright HM1 sensor being used by Samsung on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This 150MP sensor will combine 9 pixels into one to produce a brighter and more detailed photo.

The source further revealed, Xiaomi will be the first third-party manufacturer to use the new 150MP sensor, with a smartphone launched in the fourth quarter of this year.

Meanwhile, two other Samsung partners Vivo and OPPO will also launch smartphones with this sensor, in the first quarter of 2021.

In addition, some information said that this sensor will be used by Samsung for a device in the Galaxy Note 20 series launched in the second half of this year, or at least a special version, for Chinese market.


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