Samsung 576MP camera sensor: Samsung is planning to launch its 576MP camera sensor in the coming four years. Samsung is the first company in the world, which launched a smartphone camera with 108 megapixel sensor. Continuing the development, the South Korean giant last week introduced the world’s first 200-megapixel smartphone camera sensor in the form of Samsung ISOCELL HP1.
Now the company is working on another ambitious smartphone camera sensor – 600-megapixel. Which was disclosed by the company last year. However, this high megapixel count sensor is not likely to be launched soon.
Plans to launch its own 576-megapixel camera sensor in 2025
Samsung Electronics Senior VP Automotive Sensors Haechang Lee during a presentation at the SEMI Europe Summit revealed that the South Korean giant plans to launch its 576-megapixel camera sensor in 2025.
It appears that the 576MP camera sensor is not being developed for smartphones, but the company is developing it for automobiles. It could also be used in drones and medical devices but it doesn’t look like it’s being used as a smartphone camera as a priority.
Company working on 600MP camera sensor!
When Samsung confirmed last year that it was working on a 600MP camera sensor, Samsung’s executive vice president of sensor business Yongin Park spoke about the company’s ambition to go beyond 500-megapixels, which are more compatible with the human eye. Is equal to. A few months back it was leaked that Samsung is developing a 600-megapixel camera sensor which has 0.8μm pixels and is 1/.0.57″ large.
Plan to make camera sensor for them too
The South Korean company is also expanding its range of camera sensor usage from smartphones. The company now plans to provide camera sensors for a range of categories including autonomous vehicles (AVs), drones and IoT (Internet of Things) devices.