According to Xiaomi, their future flagship device, the Xiaomi 12T Pro, would feature a 200MP camera sensor, most likely the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 model.
The 200MP sensor has been available for more than a year. But for a considerable amount of time, no smartphone utilized the South Korean tech giant’s premier camera sensor. Motorola X30 Pro, the first smartphone to use the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 camera sensor, was just released in China last month.
Now, it appears that more smartphones are using the ISOCELL HP1 camera sensor. Motorola’s Edge 30 Ultra, which has a 200MP sensor, was introduced last week in India. The company’s forthcoming flagship smartphone would include a 200MP imaging system, according to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun. We believe Xiaomi is employing the Samsung ISOCELL HP1 in its flagship smartphone. It is the only premium camera sensor for smartphones with a 200MP resolution.
According to reports, the 200MP camera on the Xiaomi 12T Pro from Samsung boasts an F1.69 aperture, phase detection autofocus (PDAF), and optical image stabilization (OIS). Xiaomi’s 12T could benefit from a Samsung 108MP camera sensor, which is less sophisticated. On October 4, 2022, both smartphones are expected to go on sale all around the world.
The Samsung ISOCELL HP1 not only enables 16-in-1 pixel binning in several resolutions ranging from 12MP (with 2.56m pixel size) to 50MP (with 1.28m pixel size), but it can also capture native 200MP photos. The ISOCELL HP3, a 200MP camera sensor from Samsung, was introduced in June of last year. Its 0.56 m pixels are the tiniest in the industry. With its improved algorithm for stacking photos, Samsung claims that it can focus quicker than its predecessor and produce clearer HDR images.