Xiaomi announced that in December 2020 Mi 11 Ultra It will be the company’s first flagship phone in 2021. Now, Tipster Ice Universe claims on Twitter that the Mi11 Ultra is the first device to use Samsung’s newly released 50MP isoSocial GN2 sensor. This sensor comes with GN1’s follow-up last year and larger pixels and more energy optimization. This sensor uses a new PDAF technology called Dual Pixel Pro for better colors and details. Recall, the Mi11 Ultra will be the second model in Xiaomi’s flagship Mi11 series; Another model – the Mi11 Lite – is off.
GN2 → Mi11 Ultra
– Ice universe (n Universe ice) February 23, 2021
SAMSUNG 50MP ISOCELL GN2 Sensor: What’s so special about it?
Samsung 50MP Isocell GN2 Sensor Massive upgrades and offers for the ISOCELL GN1 are faster and better than before. Its dual pixel Pro Tech claims to reduce fuel consumption by 24 percent, but the unstable HDR solution brings richer details and more vibrant colors than real-time HDR. According to Samsung’s official website, “Dual Pixel Pro technology uses 100 million step-detecting photodiodes that capture steps vertically and horizontally for faster and more precise auto-focus.”
In January 2019, the Redmi Note 8 was first fitted with Samsung’s GN1 sensor and used a pixel-binning method to capture 48MP shots. In the same series, the Redmi Note 8 Pro was released with a GW1 sensor, followed by the Mi CC9 Pro with Samsung’s 108MP Isocell HMX sensor. Mi11 Ultra is another name on this list.
Mi11 Ultra Camera Specs (Rumor)
- Triple camera setup with 50MP ISOCELL GN2 primary sensor
- Up to 120x zoom with 48MP telephoto lens
- 48MP ultra-wide sensor
The Mi11 Ultra features a triple camera setup with a primary sensor of 50MP resolution, 48MP ultrawide and a 48MP telephoto camera unit with 120x zoom. As it was pointed out, the 50 MP main camera has a Samsung 50MP ISOCELL GN2 sensor.
With the recent release of the Samsung sensor, camera lovers are excited about the rumors about the Xiaomi 2021 flagship. However, the Mi11 Ultra is its predecessor China-only series. Let’s see if this changes in 2021.