This year, several companies have launched a smartphone that uses a 108-mega pixel main camera. Among these high-end phones, we can mention Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. All phones with a 108-mega pixel camera carry a price tag above $ 500, and the Note 20 Ultra is over $ 1,000.
Digital Chat Station more accurately claims that the 108-mega pixel Redmi phone is supposed to use Samsung’s HS2 isocell sensor as the main sensor. The HM2 isocell is a 108-mega pixel sensor that uses pixels with dimensions of 0.7 micrometers and dimensions of about 0.658 Inches. The previous model of Samsung 108-megapixel sensor is slightly larger than the new sensor in terms of pixel size and overall dimensions.
The Samsung HM2 isocell utilizes pixel blending technology and can merge all nine adjacent pixels so that the resulting super pixel can absorb lighter and provide best image quality. Thus, the 108-mega pixel camera in question will be able to create 12-mega pixel images; These images have better brightness and quality than images taken by conventional 12-mega pixel cameras.