Is this Samsung’s next generation smartphone camera sensor?

Is this Samsung’s next generation smartphone camera sensor?

Samsung has registered a new trademark for what appears to be a next-gen camera image sensor, expanding the company’s highly successful ISOCELL range. These sensors are often found in successful smartphones like the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

trademark AdmissionViewed by Galaxy Club, reveals Samsung’s plans for a new XISO-CELL product – a name that sounds like an updated version of the company’s Isocell Plus and Isocell 2.0 range of camera sensors. Filed on 16th Nov, the application is currently in progress and awaits examination.

Of course, while it’s entirely possible that Samsung’s new XSIO-CELL product could usher in the next level of smartphone photography, this is just a trademark application and not a patent. The only information we have so far is that the name is new and that the trademark is intended for use in the same category of products as smartphones and cameras (among other devices).

What we know Samsung is doing some And it’s considered important enough to warrant a whole new name. In-spite of this signs of comprehensive improvement In picture quality, there probably isn’t enough time for next year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra to introduce any new XISO-CELL terminology.

However, the term ‘XISO-CELL’ suggests a significant change or improvement compared to the Samsung isocell technology Which has seen a number of improvements since its launch in 2013, but so far none significant enough to warrant such a dramatic change in nomenclature.

I take this as a strong indication that we’ll be seeing some exciting advanced camera technology from Samsung in the near future.

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