Targeted towards full-display devices
While Samsung has been busy launching high-megapixel sensors with the ISOCELL GW1 and ISOCELL HMX, the Korean brand has a new ultra-slim sensor with the ISOCELL GH1. Meant for “slim full-display devices”, the 43.7-megapixel sensor has 0.7um pixels—the industry’s smallest to date—in a super-compact package. To make the most out of those tiny pixels, Samsung utilizes its ISOCELL Plus tech to minimize color cross-talk and optical loss while making the sensor absorb enough light information for bright and vivid photographs. Like the GW1 and HMX, the ISOCELL GH1 utilizes Tetracell pixel binning that combines the 0.7um pixels into bigger 1.4um pixels.
For video recording, the ISOCELL GH1 is capable of 4K selfie videos at up to 60FPS and comes with Gyro EIS and Super Phase Detection Autofocus for accurate and stable footage, and real-time HDR for better colors and dynamic range.
The ISOCELL GH1 will go into mass production by the end of the year.