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Mark Peters : July 1st 2017 - 13:48 CET

Samsung ISOCELL image sensors


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SamsungSamsung image sensors for next-generation mobile devices : Samsung semiconductor introduces its own image sensor brand at the 2017 Mobile World Congress Shanghai. Samsung’s brand for its image sensor lineup is named after the company’s own ISOCELL technology, which is the best solution for today’s mobile devices that require ultra-slim designs with high quality digital cameras. First introduced in 2013, ISOCELL sensors separates each pixel with a physical barrier that reduces color crosstalk among pixels. This allows high color fidelity, enabling premium image quality even with smaller pixels. At MWC Shanghai, Samsung semiconductor will be featuring advanced logic solutions, including the Exynos 9 processor series with 10-nanometer process technology, for a wide range of platforms such as mobile phones, Virtual Reality and wearable devices.
Samsung ISOCELL

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"Samsung ISOCELL is a brand that represents the essence of our leading pixel technologies. We expect the ISOCELL brand to help consumers easily acknowledge and confide in camera performance as well as overall quality of the electronic device," said Ben Hur, Vice President of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics. “With our advanced image sensors, Samsung Electronics will continue to bring innovation to cameras used in Galaxy smartphones and other applications."

Samsung ISOCELL image sensors

Samsung ISOCELL image sensors
Samsung ISOCELL is underlined by four technological sub-brands - Bright, Fast, Slim and Dual - that respond to specific market demands.

Samsung ISOCELL Bright

Samsung ISOCELL Bright image sensor for bright and sharp images in low light environments.

Samsung ISOCELL Fast

Samsung ISOCELL Fast image sensor provide fast autofocus onto objects even when dark.

Samsung ISOCELL Slim

Samsung ISOCELL Slim image sensor adopt the smallest pixel sizes available in the market.

Samsung ISOCELL Dual

Samsung ISOCELL Dual image sensor for smartphones with dual camera system.




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