It is claimed that the Galaxy S22, which will be released next year by the South Korean technology giant Samsung, will be the world’s first camera with a resolution of 200 megapixels.
According to new leaked information, Samsung will soon introduce a 200-megapixel camera sensor and will be used on the new flagship Galaxy S22 next year .
There are two ways for mobile camera manufacturers to increase the size of sensors : by increasing the pixels or increasing their number. Samsung , like many other Android smartphone manufacturers, is using the second option so far . In both cases, the main goal is to get a larger sensor so that more light falls on it and the resulting image is of very good quality .
The sensor will get bigger
Rumor has it that Samsung’s 200MP camera will have 0.64μm pixels, slightly smaller than the 0.8μm pixel in the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s new 108MP camera . However , due to the almost doubled resolution, the sensor of the new camera is expected to be physically 15% larger .
Modern smartphones, on the other hand, are already equipped to cope with this resolution . For example, the bandwidth of the Exynos 2100 chip in the Galaxy S21 is enough to process a picture from a 200-megapixel camera. Most likely, next-generation processors will be able to process these types of images even faster. Xiaomi ‘s 200 MP with a camera on a smartphone that runs some exceedingly also specify.