There is a great news for smartphone producers. Now they can significantly lessen development time using Samsung’s new 16-megapixel image sensor, which the company released on May 3.
The South Korean tech giant said that it discharged the ISOCELL Slim 3P9 picture sensor that would allow today’s sleekly designed smartphones to take “bright and vivid” pictures.
Regarding of the new image sensor, Samsung said that “Since the optimization and reliability tests are done beforehand at the module-level rather than on the sensor alone, manufacturers can simply plug the camera module onto their handsets, saving up to four months in terms of development time.
Furthermore, the company also added saying that “For faster auto-focusing, the 3P9 adopted an advanced phase detection auto-focus with doubled the autofocus agent density compared to conventional PDAF sensors.”
More importantly, according to the Samsung, this sensor is additionally fit for giving cell phones in-body adjustment that can check the shaking of hands or different developments of the shooter as well.