Samsung has announced that, the mobile phones it releases next year, will have brand new camera technology.
Although the company hasn’t yet unveiled its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy 5, it has hinted at some of the specs we could expect from the devices.
Over next year and 2015, all of Samsung’s flagship handsets will sport 16-megapixel ISOCELL camera sensors.
Speaking at a conference earlier this week (November 6th), the manufacturers explained that the new sensors will improve picture quality by physically isolating individual pixels.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 are expected to launch at some point next year so it’s pretty reasonable to assume that both devices will include the company’s new sensor.
According to Samsung, ISOCELL also makes capturing that perfect picture in low-light conditions much easier, as well as improving colour fidelity. It is thought that the company has created a physical barrier between pixels in the sensor.
It seems that Samsung is trying to improve its stakes in the camera game, as it is being massively outshone by Nokia’s technology at the moment.
Posted by Simon Thomas