Samsung at MWC 2015 announced a new front camera 8 megapixel with sensor ISOCELL of its production to improve shots Selfie: details.
At MWC 2015 Samsung has not announced only its two new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, but also a couple of hardware components that most likely will be used on the device of the Korean company in the future.
The first and most important is a new 8 megapixel sensor CMOS with technology ISOCELL, codenamed S5K4H5YB company, developed and produced directly by the establishments that Samsung uses a new system of color management format RWB (Red-White-Blue), that significantly improves the quality of photos in low light conditions and takes pictures with colors more realistic than in the past: in conclusion shoot Selfie with this sensor will significantly improve the overall quality and the user experience.
This sensor even announced during the MWC 2015, the day after the announcement of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will not be used on these two new smartphones, since the latter mounted a front camera with 5 megapixel sensor manufactured and developed by Sony, as for the rear camera 16 megapixel OIS.
Mass production of the 8-megapixel sensor ISOCELL S5K4H5YB will start from the second quarter of 2015 and then there are high chances that the first products that use will be presented in September-October this year, and among them there will be definitely the future Galaxy Note 5 Edge (of which some rumors have come out recently).
Another component made by Samsung presented at MWC 2015 is the new NFC chipset codenamed S3FWRN5P, which is the fourth-generation chipset for this component; will be tangible improvements in both performance and in the quality of the signal equal to 100% in card mode and 20% in read mode; the new NFC chip also uses the antennas still smaller and more efficient, and from that stated by Samsung its mass production has already begun.