Samsung wants to exceed human eye resolution by introducing 600MP camera sensors

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Samsung, the South Korean technology giant has been sitting at the forefront of the camera sensors evolution. We have seen the brand introduce 48MP, 64MP, and 108MP camera sensors. Particularly they have been the first in the industry to come up with these high-resolution camera sensors. These all camera sensors are introduced for smartphones. But the 600MP camera sensor might not be for the smartphones.

Yes, you read that right, Samsung wants to create camera sensors exceeding the human eye resolution. The brand is now aiming to bring “600MP for all”, that’s what it says on the latest press release shared by the brand on its official website.

Where is Samsung aiming for 600MP camera sensors?

The brand isn’t looking to ideally bring these sensors for smartphones. But has rather foresees the major use case scenarios, specifically pointing to autonomous vehicles, IoT, and drones. Plus, we can see these sensors popped up medical and agricultural fields. 

“Through relentless innovation, we are determined to open up endless possibilities in pixel technologies that might even deliver image sensors that can capture more detail than the human eye.”, as per the press release.

Samsung is also looking beyond the image sensors, it has interests in seeking sensors that can register smells or tastes. “Sensors that even go beyond human senses will soon become an integral part of our daily lives, and we are excited by the potential such sensors to have to make the invisible visible and help people by going beyond what our own senses are capable of.”, according to Samsung.

While the future for 600MP camera sensors seems far, we may see more high-resolution camera sensors for smartphones from the house of Samsung. At this moment, there are no details available. Stay tuned in for learning development in this field.


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