Samsung is going to start starts mass producing camera sensors with 1000fps recording capabilities


Sony introduced a camera sensor a few months ago and the camera is able to record at 1000 frames per second, it is a big achievement and benchmark for the company. Now, Samsung is working on similar concept and reports saying Samsung has created similar camera sensor that is able with same functionality and capabilities, reports ETNews.

It can imagine that company will use these sensors in the upcoming flagship smartphones, which indicates towards the Galaxy S9. Currently, the, however, company (Samsung) is using a little bit different setting for stacking up different modules and the DRAM for its own sensors as compared to Sony’s.

The reports are saying that company will start a mass production for camera sensor from November. However, some questions still remain, if users will see a dual rear camera setup in the upcoming flagship of Galaxy S9 like it is there for the Galaxy Note 8.

Galaxy Note 8 launched with the dual rear camera setup. The rear cameras for the Galaxy Note 8 are dual 12MP sensors. The first camera is a wide angle lens with f/1.7 aperture and the second comes with a telephoto zoom lens with f/2.4 aperture. The front-facing camera is an 8MP f/1.7 shooter for selfie lover. Both rear cameras in the Galaxy S8 come with OIS or Optical Image Stabiliser.

The Smartphone has dual Capture mode and Smartphone is able to capture two pictures simultaneously with both rear cameras. We can save both shots with the smartphone: One close-up shot from the telephoto lens and one wide-angle shot that show more background.

The price for the Smartphone is Rs 67,000 and sales will start from September 21. But now pre-booking is open for the device and customer can pre-book it. The company is offering free wireless chargers and one-time screen replacement guarantee for users, who will pre-book smartphone. If buyers use HDFC credit card, the company offer Rs 4000 cash back to them.

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