The Samsung ISOCELL GN5 sensor may find its place in the Series 9 smartphone series produced by the China-based manufacturer iQOO. According to the news on the social network Weibo, the Series 9 smartphone series, which will be launched in China next month, will be one of the first smartphones to use Samsung’s ISOCELL GN5 sensor. Samsung announced the ISOCELL GN5 sensor in September. The company describes the new sensor as a thin-profile 50MP sensor for phones trying to get a sleeker look.
Samsung’s new camera sensor supports 2×2 pixel binning to deliver 12.5MP photos in poorly lit environments. At the same time, the sensor benefits from the versatile Dual Pixel Pro autofocus technology. However, 1/1. It is 57 inches in size and has 1μm-sized pixels. The ISOCELL GN5 sensor also supports 8K 30FPS and 4K 120FPS video recording.
iQOO can be described as a relatively new smartphone manufacturer. Because the company was launched in 2019 as a subsidiary of another Chinese company, Vivo. The emerging reports reveal that the camera sensor is not the only component that iQOO will use from Samsung. Accordingly, the company can also use an E5 OLED screen produced by Samsung Display for the new smartphone series.