Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s DXOMARK score was announced. It didn’t take the first place as many people expected, and it didn’t even hit the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, which also came with a 108MP camera. For a time, discussions about Samsung and Xiaomi’s 108-megapixel camera started on the Internet. However, both Xiaomi and Samsung seem to be dissatisfied with the 108-megapixel sensor. According to the latest news, Samsung’s 150MP sensor has been completed, and Xiaomi will be responsible for the launch.
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On April 22, there was a new message saying that Samsung has completed the development of a 150MP sensor recently. This sensor will not be adopted by Samsung, but Xiaomi. One of the bloggers said it’s expected Xiaomi will launch this 150MP sensor in the fourth quarter of this year. It is not revealed which model will be debut with it. In addition, he also said that Samsung has started to develop 250MP sensors.
Regarding Samsung’s development of ultra-high pixel sensors, we have reported relevant news before. Samsung’s sensor business team leader and executive vice president Yongin Park revealed that although the human eye’s resolution limit is around 500MP, Samsung still plans to break through the human eye limit and plans to develop camera sensors up to 600MP. But it may not be first used in smartphones but in smart cars and other fields.
As for the previously exposed 150MP sensor, according to the time node of the fourth quarter and Xiaomi’s previous product strategy, the first Xiaomi model to be launched is likely to be the Xiaomi MIX series or the CC series.