As per some reports, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature the biggest camera sensor in the world. This camera lens is of 64MP, capable of more, even more than the 48MPP sensor.
The latest sensor from Samsung is the 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1. The sensor will enter into the mass production in the second half of the year. And the good thing is, we might see the Galaxy Note 10 with this sensor.
It has the highest resolution, at around a size of 0.8µm, in the current Bright GW1 series. The sensor uses Tetra cell technology, which is used for merging pixels. As a result, you will get 16MP low light images with full detailed 64MP images in broad daylight.
For your information, the human eye’s Dynamic Range is 120dB, however, the Dynamic Range of a normal sensor is 60dB.
As per Samsung, this Note 10 sensor is capable of Real-Time HDR images. Also, the speed of this is around 100-decibels which provides detailed images with “richer hues”.
But, the question is, Will Samsung use this sensor on their upcoming device? Since they tried the 48MP sensor on their Mid-Range devices like the A80. It might be possible that Samsung may try to use the sensor on Mid-Range first, then on the flagships, what you guys say?