Samsung’s 108-Mpixel camera sensor—a telescope in your pocket

Just for a reference point, you should know that the Hubble optical telescope is 11,4777 × 7,965 or 94.4-Mpixels   Last week, Samsung introduced a new image sensor with the highest resolution for mobile phones; more than anything on the market—64-Mpixels. The ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor uses the same 0.8-μm-sized pixels as Samsung’s current 48-Mpixel sensor, so the 64-Mpixel sensor ...

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