The world of smartphone cameras doesn’t seem to stand still for very long, and it looks like the Galaxy Note 10 will have a big advantage over the already excellent S10. Samsung has revealed two new camera sensors for handsets launching this autumn and beyond.
The ISOCELL Bright GW1 is a 64-megapixel camera sensor, which comfortably beats the current trend of 48-megapixels seen in rival flagships. Samsung claims that that while the resolution is higher, the pixel size remains at 0.8μm. The company also has its own 48-megapixel solution: the ISOCELL Bright GM2.
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