The Chinese company has taken a deliberate lead in this unusual arrangement; its South Korean partner will not apparently implement the sensor into its own products until 2020, starting with the Samsung Galaxy S11. A few months ago, it boasted of the mobile industry's first 64 megapixel camera sensor which, ironically, didn't land on any of its phones to date.
This is the first smartphone camera with more than 100 megapixels, Samsung has said that the camera has been created to produced great photos in low light. The Smart-ISO will switch to lower ISO setting to improve pixel saturation in bright environments. The HMX supports 6K (6016 x 3384) 30-frames-per-second (fps) video recording.
Given the high-resolution 108MP camera system is widely-tipped to be one of the headline features in the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S11, it's really odd to see the Samsung-designed system make its debut in a rival handset. The company claims that this image sensor can provide "exceptional photos, even in extreme lighting conditions".
Samsung says that the mechanism uses a high ISO in darker settings in order to reduce noise, which results in clearer images overall, of course. Meet the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX: the world's first 100MP+ smartphone image sensor. On the front, we can find an 8MP camera and we can find a fingerprint sensor on the rear to enhance the security levels which was missing on the Galaxy A10. Recently Xiaomi had disclosed that there will be soon a 108MP sensor (made by Samsung) in its smartphones, and it is likely to be the Mi Mix 4. Samsung has worked together with Xiaomi on this new camera.
Lin Bin, co-founder and president of Xiaomi, said that the company was very happy with the sensor, and anticipates more innovation as it continues its partnership with Samsung.