Posts tagged with: ISOCELL
  • by | March 12, 2014 1:31 PM

    We've been talking about Samsung's ISOCELL tech for camera image sensors since last fall. The basic idea is that the individual pixels making up the sensor are better isolated from their neighbors, reducing crosstalk between pixels and enabling each one to more accurately sample incoming light. Just a couple weeks back at MWC, we heard Samsung announce a couple new ISOCELL sensors, with both a 13-megapixel and 16-megapixel version due in the months to come. If you're still not quite understanding what the big deal about ISOCELL is, Samsung has put together a short video overview that ...

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  • by | January 30, 2014 4:57 PM

    When you can kick off a tech podcast with a string of expletives taken right from your publication's teamwide chat records, you know it's been a crazy week in the news. The Lenovo Motorola deal, announced late yesterday afternoon, threw our whole week -and perhaps our whole world- into disarray, and we're grateful for the chance to sit down and talk it through on today's show. But the news doesn't stop there. Galaxy S 5 speculation is still coming fast and furious, with details like Samsung's rumored fingerprint scanner beginning to take shape; we're starting to catch wind of Nokia's plans ...

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  • by | November 7, 2013 11:43 AM

    A ton of details about upcoming Samsung products have been coming out of the info the company provided at its recent Analyst Day. We've already heard what the company has had to say about its SoCs, as well as display technology, and now we switch gears for a moment and get the skinny on where its camera developments are heading, learning about a 16-megapixel version of its ISOCELL sensor, tipped to start hitting the company's phones next year. You might recall ISOCELL from when we first mentioned the tech back in September, upon hearing Samsung's initial announcement. The system aims to ...

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  • by | September 24, 2013 9:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Samsung's new ISOCELL camera technology for smartphones, and how this is better than BSI sensors. Then we talk about the Nokia World event, and what we should expect from the company, even though Microsoft is not using Nokia in their branding. Motorola is next as the company is issuing a software update to fix the camera issues of the Moto X. HTC is next as the company still struggles with supply issues to build enough smartphones for the market, and still it seems they're also working on their own processor. We end today's show talking about ...

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