Samsung is developing a 600-megapixel sensor

Samsung is developing a 600-megapixel sensor

The famous Ice Universe leaks account posted a tweet revealing that a company Samsung is developing an imaging sensor for smartphones with great accuracy.

The account said in His tweet Which he posted on Twitter: Samsung is really working on a 600-megapixel imaging sensor. He also published a picture showing the capabilities of the sensor, and its size, which may occupy a large part of the smartphone space.

Other than that, the Ice Universe account has not released any additional information about the sensor being developed by the South Korean tech giant.

The image posted by the account revealed some information about the sensor, such as important specifications to the motive behind the project. And it was written in the image that due to the transformation of 4K and 8K video recording into a common occurrence, Samsung wants to solve the problem of protrusions in the rear cameras through a large sensor capable of providing high resolutions without compromising the quality.

Given that the image published by the account, Samsung may solve the protrusion problem for the rear cameras, but it will also come with an additional problem, which is the very large sensor size that may occupy 12 percent of the phone space, in addition to that it will stand out by about 22 mm.

It is noteworthy that the imaging sensor with great accuracy is not the only thing that Samsung is working on developing, as Found site (Sam Mobile) SamMobile – Samsung News Specialist – Early December The company is developing a smart device similar to the small Tile devices that hang on valuables with the aim of tracking them to keep them from being lost or stolen.

The site found that Samsung obtained a license for a device called the Galaxy Smart Tag, with model number EI-T5300 from the Indonesian Telecom Certification Authority.

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