Sony IMX and Samsung ISOCELL sensors in Galaxy S6 compared
There were reports floating around that Samsung used two different imaging sensors for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Some were equipped with Sony IMX240 sensors while others have Samsung ISOCELL. This was recently confirmed by SamMobile and has made a comparison of both sensors to see the difference in image quality.
According to SamMobile, “images captured using the Sony sensor appear to have more depth in them. In bright conditions, the IMX240 captured original colors, but it was the opposite otherwise – the ISOCELL sensor captured truer-to-life colors during low-light conditions.”
Take a look at some of the comparisons below:
SamMobile also requested a statement from Samsung Benelux about the use of different camera sensors and here’s what they have to say:
“The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge utilize camera sensors from several different vendors. Like all of the technology used in our products, they meet our strict global quality and performance standards.”
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