Mar 13, 2014 06:00 PM EDT
One of the key features of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is the 16-megapixel ISOCELL camera which has a 0.3-second auto-focus. A short demo video has now explained how the technology behind the powerful camera capable of taking high resoloution images works.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 can capture photos with more pixels compared to the Samsung Galaxy S4 which has a 13-megapixel camera. On top of this the Samsung Galaxy S5 ISOCELL camera has CMOS technology which allows it to take pictures that are quivalent to DSLR photo quality despite the sensor being small enough to fit on a a camera sensor the size of the Samsung Galaxy S5's. Phandroid has a selection of high quality and impressive looking pictures taken with the Samsung Galaxy S5 ISOCELL camera HERE.
This short, animated video takes a look into the key features of Samsung's ISOCELL image sensor technology. ISOCELL is an improved pixel architecture that enables cameras to deliver amazing images, even in low light.
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