Xiaomi and Samsung worked together to create the massive GN2 50MP sensor capable of capturing 100MP shots and now that sensor will be available in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra flagship.
Just how massive?
GizmoChina snagged a screenshot from YouTuber TechBuff PH, who uploaded a hands-on with the yet-unannounced Mi 11 Ultra.
The sensor itself was announced back in February by Samsung, who said it will be the largest sensor you can find in a phone (1/1.12-inch).
Take a look at that size!
Then, on March 23rd, Xiaomi’s Senior Product Managing Director Daniel D tweeted that an upcoming flagship will use the GN2 camera.
What else could it be, if not the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra?
That phone will have an official announcement on March 23rd and Xiaomi already confirmed it will use the GN2 sensor co-developed with Xiaomi.
Featuring 1.4μm pixels, which will be able to give you much better shots in low-light settings and features “remosaic technology for maximizing details, ISOCELL GN2 can push the resolution output to up to 100MP”.
As for how that will look, you’ll have to wait a couple of days and see the Mi 11 Ultra in action at the official launch event.
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