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Samsung hints at Galaxy S9’s camera sensor, could be featuring fast autofocus

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jan 23, 2018, 8:44 pm IST
Updated Jan 23, 2018, 8:44 pm IST
Samsung could be going for a 'Fast ISOCELL' sensor in their Galaxy S9 flagship.
The sensor shown in the illustration shows a 3-stack FRS (Fast Readout Sensor) that can capture videos at 480fps in full HD resolution.
 The sensor shown in the illustration shows a 3-stack FRS (Fast Readout Sensor) that can capture videos at 480fps in full HD resolution.

It’s almost a month before we will be looking at the Samsung Galaxy S9 and leaks have already given us a fair idea about this highly-anticipated ultra premium flagship smartphone. We already know that Samsung could be pushing for a rear camera with a variable aperture lens. Now, new leaks have given us more details about this rear camera sensor.

Samsung’s official website has listed out three types of ISOCELL camera sensors — Bright, Fast and Slim. It is not known which camera sensor will become a part of the Galaxy S9 but the illustrations suggest that Samsung could be going for the Fast ISOCELL sensor. The sensor shown in the illustration shows a 3-stack FRS (Fast Readout Sensor) that can capture videos at 480fps in full HD resolution. It will also be enabled with the super PD technology which the company claims to quickly capture focus without losing out on details. The illustrations also show that it will be coming with dual pixel technology that will enable better shots in low light situations.

 

With the Galaxy S9, Samsung will be looking to capture some of the attention from other prominent flagship smartphones with notable camera sensors — Google Pixel 2 and Apple iPhone X. The Galaxy S9 Plus is expected to come with a  dual camera sensor setup like the Note 8 whereas the smaller galaxy S9 could come with a single rear sensor equipped with all the technologies described here.

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