I really don't understand why you would want 100x zoom.. You can't take a picture without a tripod
Anonymous, 07 Feb 2020LG uses nanocell name for their TVsCheck the dictionary for the difference between nano and nona.
It will be 5x optical zoom and The rear design is simply horrendous.
S Yu, 07 Feb 2020Really? Tetracell means groups of 4 photosites at the CFA level, so this nonacell should mean ... moreSorry if I confused you, I acknowledge that S20 will come with 9-1 Bayer sensor which Samsung is now calling Nonacell. I just asked you that question because you said you always thought they should do 4-1 CFA with 9-1 binning, wondering how it would be possible to carry out such a binning process if the sensor had a quad CFA.
Hah, I knew it! I know it would be a Nona Bayer when I first read about the 9-to-1 pixel binning.
S Yu, 07 Feb 2020Really? Tetracell means groups of 4 photosites at the CFA level, so this nonacell should mean ... moreThere is no information that Samsung won't use 9*9 CFA. So, what are you shouting about ?
Samsung's tetracell exactly means the same as what's meant by Sony's quad byer.
Nick Tagataka, 06 Feb 2020Just wondering, how can Samsung possibly do 9-1 binning when the sensor is Tetracell? Probably... moreSamsung hasn't officially said it's a Tetracell sensor. They didn't even said which sensor will be used.
Nick Tagataka, 06 Feb 2020Just wondering, how can Samsung possibly do 9-1 binning when the sensor is Tetracell? Probably... moreReally? Tetracell means groups of 4 photosites at the CFA level, so this nonacell should mean photosites grouped into groups of 9, it also doesn't have the same name as the HMX, it's called HM1 IIRC.
Anyway assuming it uses the same CFA as the HMX, or that the rumor was wrong and it just is the HMX, then I think there's more color resolution to be extracted than 12MP in the bayer sense, I just don't know how exactly the algorithm should be designed. It should definitely be more complex than binning to 27MP, but then even RYYB could be binned.
Samsung S20 Ultra > 108MP/9 = 12MP, 0,8*3 = 2,4
Xiaomi Note 10 > 108MP/4 = 27MP, 0,8*2 = 1,6
Huawei P40 Pro Premium 64MP/4 = 16MP, 1,93?
Now it's time to see the size of the sensor?
AnonD-754814, 06 Feb 2020It's 12MP, not 27MP. Read before you reply.
Anonymous, 06 Feb 2020Every modern phone laughing at the photo processing time of Nokia N8 , 808 pureview and lumia ... moreWhy? Most photos are taken pretty quickly. And if the hardware is supposedly that crappy and outdated it only makes it that much worse that they are still taking better photos. Try again?
Meh, actually not impressed... I want at least double quadcell with a 16 in 4 in 1 pixel binning a.k.a. quad-quadcell or sexagintacell using a camera sensor shooting 192 MP photos reducing to better 48 MP photos and making the best, brightest and most clear 12 MP photos. And this as a minimum. I prefer the quad-nonacell or nona-quadcell (36 in 9 in 1 or 36 in 4 in 1 pixel binning respectively) using a 432 MP camera for creating even sharper 12 MP photos. But even that won't be enough. I wish to be created a triple nonacell with triple quadcell twist or quad-nona-quad-nona-quad-nonacell (46 656 in 11 664 in 1296 in 324 in 36 in 9 in 1 pixel binning) using the modest 559 872 MP sensor for really ultimate 12 MP pics which may will be acceptable for me... :-P
PS: Guys, who else thinks that this start getting ridiculous... xD
Your Daddy Nokia, 06 Feb 2020Nokia N8 , 808 pureview and lumia 1020 laughing at this tiny size of cameraEvery modern phone laughing at the photo processing time of Nokia N8 , 808 pureview and lumia 1020...
Anonymous, 06 Feb 2020LG's TV NanoCell, Samsung NonaCell. :Dnano -> small, 10^-9, a billionth of a meter.
nona -> 9, 9 sensor 'cells' approximating 1 pixel
TooFatTooFurious, 06 Feb 2020This article fails to mention that Europe will be getting Galaxy S20 phones with low-performan... moreCompared to Snapdragon 865, EXYNOS 990 is weaker in GPU.
Slightly weaker in multi core performance.
On par in single core performance.
OneUi more optimized for Exynos over Snapdragon.