Samsung is also working on a image sensor for smartphones, capable to remove video with frequency of 1000 K/s

In the beginning of the year, Sony introduced the Xperia and Xperia XZ Premium XZs, equipped with a brand new camera. It is based on a 19-megapixel sensor with its own memory chip DRAM, which allows the devices to shoot 720p video with a frequency of 960 fps!

However, this is only possible within one second of real time, and only in the process of recording a normal video, so until this technology is more of a toy.

According to sources, Samsung also wants to create something similar. Despite the fact that the Korean giant is constantly using not only their image sensors, but the Sony products, the company is going to have its next flagship smartphone equipped with a camera that will be able to remove a frequency of 1000/s.

The source reports that the optical sensor is a two-layer, that is, the sensor chip memory does not get it. But he still will have access to a dedicated DRAM chip. This will simplify and reduce the cost of the sensor itself, as well as to increase the volume of the chip. Perhaps it will also allow you to record much longer videos with the maximum frequency.

The new camera is expected to debut on the model of the Galaxy S9.



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