Samsung announced the 200 MP ISOCELL HP1 sensor in early September, the first with this resolution that will be adopted on the smartphone market. However, the company seems to be willing not to use it on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphones, instead of having a lower resolution main camera.
According to a recent report from The Elec, Galaxy S22 Ultra should be equipped as the predecessor of a quad-camera module where a 108 megapixel main sensor will appear accompanied by a 12 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, Inside, moreover, should always appear the 40 MP selfie camera without Under Panel Camera (UPC) technology, so as to maintain the design with notch punch-hole. The same indiscretion, among other things, had appeared on the net last July.
Even the sources contacted by The Elec have not provided any further details about this choice: with the announcement of the 200 MP ISOCELL HP1 sensor, in fact, it seemed certain that its debut on Galaxy S22 Ultra so surprising South Korean society, on the other hand, seems to prefer the safest route just like Xiaomi: the latest lead would say that even the Chinese brand would like to avoid the race to the
It will be interesting to see if these strategies will prove successful; while, we continue to recommend taking these market voices with the pliers.
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