Yesterday, Samsung officially released the industry’s largest mobile phone image sensor—GN2. It has a 1/1.12-inch ultra-large base, 50 million pixels, 1.4μm unit pixels, supports 4in1 output 12.5 million pixels 2.8μm photos, and supports Dual Pixel Pro technology. .
Immediately, @数码闲聊站 revealed that the Mi 11 Pro, which will be released in the near future, will use this sensor as the main camera, which not only has the world’s largest base, but also comes with various flagship new technologies.
Previously, there was news in the industry that the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra released next month will be released and will monopolize the sensor for a short period of time. Therefore, it is not difficult to understand the huge proportion of the camera’s rear lens module.
Samsung’s official introduction of Dual Pixel Pro technology is as follows: