Samsung will host the Unpacked launch on February 11th, featuring three Galaxy S20 smart machines. However, Dutch technology blog LetsGoDigital found that it had filed a trademark application for “Nonacell” with UKIP on 5 February. The legendary Galaxy S20 Ultra flagship model is equipped with a 108-megapixel sensor. The Nonacell technology that replaces Tetracell also supports the 9-in-1 feature, which results in better shooting in low light.
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In addition to the 108-megapixel master, the Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 100X digital zoom, complemented by 48MP telephoto, 12MP ultra-wide angle, and 3D ToF sensors.
The Nonacell trademark, which is filed on February 5, 2020, is registered in category 9 and covers products such as image sensors, electrical sensors, cameras containing image sensors, etc.
Samsung’s previous Tetracell four-in-one-pixel aggregation technology has impressed us. However, the newly upgraded Nonacell scheme supports 9-in-1 pixel aggregation.
“Nona” stands for the number 9 in Latin, and when 108 million master shots are invoked, the user can capture 12 megapixels in low light.
In fact, as early as mid-December, the well-known pop-up Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) had already revealed on Twitter that the 108-megapixel Samsung ISOcell Bright HM1 sensor would use advanced Technology.
With a 9-in-1 scheme, the sensor’s pixel size can be converted from 0.8?m to 2.4?m, especially to improve image quality in low-light conditions. As for the truth, please be patient at the Unpacked launch in San Francisco on February 11.