Samsung has launched a new compact image sensor for mid-range smartphones. The South Korean giant says it is the most compact image sensor in the industry, with a diagonal of 5.1 mm. The Isocell Slim 3T2 of 0.8 μm pixel offers a resolution of 20 megapixels and is suitable for front and rear cameras. The mid-range segment of smartphones is already gaining a lot of attention from mobile phone manufacturers with stylish designs and better internals. Samsung's new compact image sensor is ideal for phones with a cut-out display.

The Isocell Slim 3T2 promises excellent photo clarity and richer details with its 20 million active pixels with a size of 0.8 microns. The compact camera sensor also offers high color fidelity with Samsung's Isocell Plus technology. This helps the sensor to capture more light, allowing better and more accurate color reproduction.

Samsung's new camera sensor is ideal for full-screen smartphones featuring a selfie camera hole or a display slot. The sensor can easily fit into a tiny module, leaving plenty of room for display. It also incorporates Samsung's Tetra cell technology, which simply merges four pixels into a single element, allowing you to take bright, crisp photos in low-light conditions.

The company says the compact size of its new camera sensor will allow smartphone makers to focus on a more elegant and stylish smartphone design.

In an official statement, Jinhyun Kwon, vice president of sensor marketing LSI System at Samsung Electronics, said, "The ISOCELL Slim 3T2 is our smallest and most versatile 20 mp image sensor that helps manufacturers of mobile devices to bring differentiated value to the consumer, not only in terms of performance but also in features, including hardware design. "

Samsung's Isocell Slim 3T2 will enter mass production in the first quarter of this year.

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