Galaxy S20 Ultra uses the world's first non-cellular technology
Galaxy S20 Ultra uses the world's first non-cellular technology

Users love to take pictures and record the best moments. For this reason, Samsung Electronics, the world's leading technology, introduces Samsung's ISOCELL Bright HM1 technology for Galaxy S20 Ultra mobile phones, a new generation of 108-megapixel image sensors.

As cameras develop for mobile phones, some people ask and expect more options and benefits for filming in harsh environments (such as sunlight or complete darkness) with the introduction of Nonacell and Smart ISO, a suite of light optimization technologies that extend to real-time HDR, ISOCELL Bright function, Even in harsh lighting conditions, the Galaxy S20 Ultra's HM1 can deliver bright, detailed 108-megapixel photos and 8k videos at 24 fps.

ISOCELL Bright HM1 measures 1 / 1.33 inch, has 108 million pixels, and uses the latest nonacell technology in industrial quality to deliver brighter images in low-light conditions.

In 2017, Samsung introduced Tetra Cell, a technology that merges adjacent pixels into one pixel, as technology combines pixels from a 2 x 2 array of adjacent pixels and merges them into one large pixel.

Nonacell is an improved version of Tetracell with a three-pixel structure. For HM1, Nonacell combines nine continuous 0.8 ومترm pixels to simulate 2.4 ميكرm large pixels, which is more than twice the light absorption from Tetracell.

As the number of adjacent cells increases, the color overlap also increases, making the pixel aggregation technique more difficult. Although these difficulties prefer scaling nano cells, HM1 can do this using Samsung's ISOCELL Plus technology, which, in addition to images, also reduces image loss and light reflections.

To achieve exceptional results in all lighting conditions, HM1 includes additional features that Nonacell has improved with many other advanced pixel technologies. For example, the Smart ISO technology in HM1 creates vivid and realistic images with smart tracking, the only ISO standard is used, and these standards are used. This is ideal if you are using darker picture settings. The low ISO standard is best suited for high brightness environments to control light saturation.

HDR technology built into the HM1 enables instant exposure to blurry and harsh lighting environments when capturing photos, resulting in natural video rendering and still images.

By setting longer and more convenient intervals for each pixel, HM1 can capture scenes from multiple exposures at the same time and create vivid HDR images to preview photo capture modes.

For even clearer results, the HM1 uses EIS and Super-PD electronic stabilization technology to support stable imaging. Advanced detection technology enables fast and accurate autofocus.

With HM1, users can preview and record full clips and close-up shots with up to 3x zoom without losing image detail while maintaining quality. With a resolution of up to 108 million pixels, the sensor can also produce up to 12x pixels. Zoom 3x photos without additional accessories.

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