Second-generation 100-megapixel CMOS HM1, Galaxy S20 Ultra debut

SAMSUNG Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Z Flip price and full specifications exposed!

On February 12, Samsung officially released the 2020 flagship mobile phone Galaxy S20 series. Among them, the most powerful Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with a 180-megapixel lens. The shooting performance is definitely worth looking forward to. However, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is not the first to use over 100 million Does a pixel-lens phone perform better than Xiaomi Note 10?

In October last year, Xiaomi officially released Xiaomi Note 10, the world’s first mobile phone equipped with a 100-megapixel lens. The shooting performance was very outstanding, but the latest news pointed out that the CMOS used by the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Xiaomi Note 10 are not the same. Samsung officially released the second-generation 100-megapixel CMOS HM1, which is the CMOS used by the Samsung S20 Ultra.

ISOCELL Bright HM1 is described by Samsung as a new generation of 108MP CMOS. Compared with HMX, the biggest change is the upgrade from 4-in-1 pixel technology to 9-in-1. Although the unit pixel size is still 0.8μm, the synthesized pixel is changed from The upgrade from 1.6μm to 2.4μm, which is equivalent to 12 million pixels, greatly improves the shooting ability of low-light scenes.

As for other specifications, the sensor size is the same as HMX, which is 1 / 1.33. It supports super phase focusing technology, supports 8K 24fps video recording, intelligent iso, and 3x lossless zoom. It is pointed out that ISOCELL Bright HM1 has been put into production.

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