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Sagar 10 May 2022
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Samsung unveiled its 200MP ISOCELLL HP1 camera last September, but it hasn’t used it on any of its smartphones yet. And while we await more details from Samsung about its first 200MP camera smartphone, Korean publication ETNews claims that Samsung has finished developing its new 200MP camera sensor, which is expected to be used on next year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The publication also claims that Samsung Electro-Mechanics, the Korean conglomerate’s camera division, will manufacture 70% of the new 200MP sensor’s units, while 30% will be manufactured by Samsung Electronics.
Not much is known about this new 200MP camera sensor, but since Samsung has completed its development, we expect to hear more about it soon.
Uhhhhh duh…. so yeah again. They are not stock. Just stock like but with the same limitations of stock like not even being able to have a brightness slider up to or proper long hold actions. Like to remove an app.
Man thats part of a stock android. I am speaking about a phoone without any extra apps suc as Samsung Brownser, Mui Brownser, Mui transfer samsung health, bixby and many else.
🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ they are stock like. Unless you count stock in its missing features like not even getting prepared long hold actions or being able to properly place the brightness slider.
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