Motorola is said to be the first manufacturer to use the 200 megapixel camera sensor from Samsung in its smartphone. The model with the distinctive camera sensor could come onto the market as early as the first half of 2022. Samsung presented its 200 megapixel ISOCELL HP1 sensor in September. It uses a new pixel binning technology that delivers a maximum image resolution of 200 megapixels. In addition to Motorola, Xiaomi is in the running to launch its 200-megapixel phone next year. Samsung, on the other hand, could launch its own model with a 200-megapixel camera in 2023.
A tipster, known on Twitter by the pseudonym Ice Universe, has claimed that Motorola will bring its 200-megapixel camera phone first. It is followed by Xiaomi, which will launch its new smartphone with a 200 megapixel camera in the second half of next year. In addition, the tipster claimed that Samsung plans to launch its 200-megapixel camera phone in 2023 – after Motorola and Xiaomi.
Motorola and other manufacturers have yet to confirm their plans, despite a tipster in China confirming the details shared on Twitter and suggesting a Motorola phone first with Samsung’s 200-megapixel camera.
The 200 megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor comes with a pixel size of 0.64 micrometers. It’s also powered by proprietary Chameleon Cell technology, which uses a two-by-two, four-by-four, or full-pixel layout depending on the environment, so users can capture images at resolutions between 12.5 and 200 megapixels .
In addition to the 200-megapixel camera phone, Motorola is said to be working on the Moto Edge X, which could have a 60-megapixel OmniVision OV60A 0.61 μm selfie camera sensor. The Moto Edge X is also said to have a 50-megapixel OmniVision OV50A 1 / 1.55-inch main camera on the back.
The launch of the Moto Edge X was recently confirmed by a Lenovo Mobile Business Group General Manager. The phone is said to have appeared on some TENAA lists last week as well.
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