Samsung S9 Series features Revolutionary ISOCELL
The cat is out of the bag with Samsung announcing in their press release that ISOCELL (the much talked about imaging feature gelling software capabilities with that of the camera’s lens sensors with an integrated algorithm) will be dashed-in Samsung’s Flagship smartphone S9 and S9+.
ISOCELL is Samsung’s proprietary feature that will change how imaging is manipulated on phones for far better to stunning results. Not just result oriented, ISOCELL architecture in sync with software Algorithm may as well become the future standard for mid-to-entry-level priced phones. Something for Apple Inc. iPhone to worry about because ISOCELL that is standard on the Samsung S9 Series has been shared with other market contenders.
So what is ISOCELL?
According to Samsung’s Press Release “Dual cameras are delivering new and exciting photo-taking experiences on mobile devices,” quoted Ben K. Hur, VP of System LSI marketing at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung’s total solution for ISOCELL Dual will make our customers’ product development process easier, allowing them to bring the most optimized dual camera features to a wider range of consumers.”
It is through optimizing the present dual camera sensors and adding an extra image signal chip. You may not really need to dump your phone and go buy a DSLR Pro camera, now, unless you’re hitting it professionally. Samsung has taken care of the precise sensory technology in light control that may enter the aperture, giving the desired result by processing the image data through software code integration (Algorithm).
So, sharpen your sensory perceptions for wider to clearer imagery expected to be f1.4 to f2.4 (approx) on the new Samsung S9 Flagship Series.
This would be enough reason for most brands to withdraw from the MWC and make independent launches as to match the ‘bokeh’ and the ISOCELL features may not be as easily competed with at the Convention.
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