Recently, smartphone cameras are becoming more powerful. It just seem like we never see it coming, but it's becoming more capable as each year passes by to the extent that some DSLR makers are becoming weaker and are quitting the industry. This have affected both mobile and mirrorless cameras.

Major manufacturers can't seem to stop boasting about new camera-related innovations, whether they involve the imaging sensor itself or a dedicated ISP silicon.

Of these companies, Samsung is perhaps the worst at inundating the market with sensors that cover a wide range of specs and prices — it also has some of the most excessive sensors known in the market, and there seems to be no stopping this trend.

However, it's shocking to know that the Korean tech giant Samsung might be on the road to launching its most ambitious imaging sensor ever, with hints of a 450MP model in the pipeline.

Recently, Samsung registered a trademark called "Hexa²Pixel", where Hexa is 6, and the square is 36, which is 36 in one.

If the output is 12MP, then the original effective pixel is 432 million. If the output is 12.5MP, then the original effective pixel is 450 million.

The above is still online news, and everything has yet to be officially announced.Hence, remains a rumor, and should be taken with a pinch of salt.


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