Samsung Electronics on June 27 introduced its new image sensor technology, dubbed “ISOCELL Plus,” which will enable cameras to deliver more accurate color compared to previous devices.
The Korean tech giant said ISCOELL Plus, an upgrade from the ISOCELL technology launched in June last year, comes with higher color fidelity by applying the latest materials from Japan‘s imaging company, Fujifilm.
Samsung said that while the previous solution faced barriers in improving light sensitivity due to reflections from metals, ISCOELL Plus uses new materials that curb such disruption and improve sensitivity by 15 percent, delivering clear images even in darker environments.
Samsung said the technology can be utilized in the development of high-resolution image sensors of over 20 megapixels.
Fujifilm said it hopes to continue collaborating with Samsung to lead innovative moves in the field of cameras for mobile devices.
Samsung plans to display ISOCELL Plus at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, China, later this month.
By Song Seung-hyun and newswires (firstname.lastname@example.org