But you might think that smaller pixels would reduce image quality, especially where brightness and exposure is concerned. And you’d be right. But Samsung says that this is compensated by the ISOCELL 2.0 tech itself, which enhances light sensitivity. Of course, the new ISOCELL JN1 will also make use of pixel binning tech, which Samsung calls Tetrapixel, which merges four pixels to work as one.
Samsung says that the ISOCELL JN1 is the first of an upcoming new lineup of 0.64 micrometre sensors. It’s also already in mass production. So you can see phones using one as soon as in the second half of the year.