Google Pixel 8 Pro it will have a photographic sensor never seen before; it is said that it will be the largest Samsung chip to represent the main camera of the new Mountain View flagship.
Let’s go in order: there is very little left before the presentation of the new top-of-the-range smartphones from Google. We learn today that the most exclusive iteration, the Pixel 8 Pro, should enjoy the presence of the ISOCELL GN2, a sensor launched by Samsung two years ago which boasts a 1/1.12-inch size with a 50 Mpx resolution. It is certainly not the 200 Mpx ISOCELL, but this chip is capable of measuring a good 1.4 μm, increasing its size up to 2.8 μm thanks to the 6-in-1 pixel binning. Simply put, it will be the perfect phone for capturing light in the dark, even more so than the current South Korean flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Google Pixel 8 Pro: what do we know about the device’s camera?
The new ISOCELL GN2 also manages to take huge 100 Megapixel photographs thanks to a special algorithm and can allow the recording of video clips in 8K at 30 fps, in 4K at 120 fps and in FullHD at 480 fps. There’s even next-generation Dual Pixel Pro autofocus with HDR in tow.
Pixel 8 Pro may also use Samsung GN2 1/1.12″
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We know that BigG has been using Samsung components for several years for its Pixel-phones. There are chipsets developed in conjunction with the South Korean company, displays, photographic sensors and more. The strategic cooperation between the two brands has been successful for some time now.
However, if you want to spend less, we recommend the Pixel 7 from 2022 for only €550.35 on Amazonincluding shipping costs. This is a special, compact flagship with stunning aesthetics, an adaptive battery that ensures noteworthy performance, a top-notch photographic sector and a screen that can be seen well even in direct sunlight.