The world-renowned Samsung created the world's smallest camera sensor – the Isocell Slim GH1. It is known that its dimensions are only 0.7 micrometers. This is reported by Digger, reports Detail.
43.7MP sensor According to the manufacturer, its photosensitivity is equivalent to 1.4 micrometer pixel sensors. It also has a gyroscope for electronic image stabilization and auto focus detection.
There's also Samsung Tetracell night recording technology. It combines four frames, delivering lower frame rate (12 megapixel) photography, but with high photosensitivity.
The manufacturer believes that such a sensor is ideal for selfie cameras on future smartphones.
Samsung has announced the launch of the mass production of the Isocell Slim GH1 before the end of the year.