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If you thought 108MP was large for a camera sensor, wait until you hear about Samsung’s latest project.
Samsung’s sensor won’t be snapping images this large, but will rather use a pixel-binning technology to shrink images down to 16MP.
This technology effectively lumps pixels into groups of nine, improving light absorption and image quality.
Pixel-binning on the 108MP sensor currently produces 12MP shots.
As for when it’ll see the light of day? That’s anyone’s guess.
For now, rumours suggest Q4 2020. But considering how COVID-19 is delaying practically every industry across the globe, it might have an effect on tech releases too.
Feature image: Samsung