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Monday, 26 February 2018

HOW SLO-MO WORKS IN GALAXY S9! - TECHNOLOGY

The much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ have finally been unveiled at MWC 2018 in Barcelona. 
The two devices now include an enhanced camera system, which can be used to record ultra slow-mo videos a  960 frames-per-second and it’s insane to think that even other smartphones can do this now.

HOW SLO-MO WORKS ON S9!
Image Source-SAMSUNG

HOW IT WORKS!


Most standard image sensors include two silicon layers, namely a pixel array for converting light info into electric signals and an analog logic layer for processing electric signals into a digital code that the phone can understand. Samsung has taken a step further and added 2GB of LPDDR4 DRAM, which is key for making the new slo-mo on the Galaxy S9 possible.
HOW SLO-MO WORKS
This additional layer helps the image sensor temporarily hold data about a large number of frames captured in high-speed. This data is then transmitted to the Galaxy S9’s powerful Snapdragon 845 chipset and DRAM for processing. This design is similar to Sony’s image sensor that is also capable of 960 fps video recording. The ISOCELL Fast 2L3 sensor is proficient in “not only capturing a full-frame snapshot at 1/120 of a second but also to record super-slow-motion video at up to 960 frames per second (fps).”
It clearly means that we can use the Galaxy S9 camera to capture some stunning slo-mo shots.
SAMSUNG also added that the integration of the DRAM-layer is surely helpful in faster readout and processing times, but it greatly enhances the photo quality and experience as well. This image sensor is now in mass production and Samsung’s looking to make it available to other smartphone makers for similar photo quality and features. This will be sold to OEMs along with dual-camera ISOCELL sensors that the Korean giant introduced for the budget segment earlier this month.




SAMSUNG really did an awesome job with their camera and the variable aperture functionality is something out of the world. The functionality that we've never seen before and that's the reason why they called it "CAMERA REIMAGINED".
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