The ISOCELL JN1 is 50 megapixels and supports live HDR features.
Slowly, the camera parameters of mobiles will become as important as performance-focused hardware information, which is no wonder, after all, a more successful piece is producing quality shots day and night, in multiple angles, for both motion and still images, and over time, fresh and poisonous developments are becoming more they end up in cheaper phones.
Although the Samsung ISOCELL JN1 Camera Sensor is not priced as it is purchased by other manufacturers and not by users, the product page and specifications are mostly for mid-range use. For example, there is no 8K video recording and the chip size is not gigantic, but it can fit in a smaller housing with the right optics than, say, Galaxy S21 Ultra 1 / 1.33 “unit. The ISOCELL JN1 at 1 / 2.76” is not small yet and uses a total of 8160 x 6144 ISOCELL 2.0 pixels with Tetrapixel RGB Bayer filter after 4: 1 pixel binning processing 12 , With 5 megapixel results, 10-bit ADC accuracy and 10-bit raw file format support.
The sensor is large enough so you don’t have to be ashamed of the quality in the evening, and instant HDR recording is always available, which has its benefits during the day. Even if there are no 8K recordings, 60 fps is the theoretical limit for video recording in 4K, and 240 fps in 1080p, which will come in handy for slow motion recordings. Again, maximalists can achieve 50 megapixel full resolution, and good focus performance is provided by double super PD autofocus. It is not yet clear in which device the sensor will be connected or already located, in any case it can further strengthen the already more professional camera capabilities of the middle class.