Samsung Electronics has raised the bar for smartphone photography by introducing the Galaxy S23 Ultra, featuring a cutting-edge 200MP ISOCELL HP2 image sensor.
The largest sensor ever used in a Galaxy device, it captures stunning detail and clarity in various conditions thanks to its enhanced pixel structure, pixel binning technology, fast autofocus, and HDR capabilities.
The ISOCELL HP2 sensor produces images 16 times larger and with 16 times more information than a 12.5MP image, allowing users to retain detail even after cropping.
An advanced deep learning algorithm improves the accuracy of color and detail in images.
In addition, Samsung’s Dual Vertical Transfer Gate (D-VTG) technology enhances the appearance of color and detail in every pixel.
The ISOCELL HP2 also offers multiple output options, allowing users to switch resolutions according to their needs.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s night mode uses AI-powered image signal processing and Tetra2pixel technology to deliver more explicit low-light photos with less noise.
Super QPD technology enables faster autofocus, and ISOCELL HP2 enables the smartphone to capture detailed 4K and 8K videos for a cinematic experience.
With its advanced technology, the ISOCELL HP2 enables users to capture professional-quality photos and videos in various situations.
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