Samsung’s new ISOCELL sensor is having capabilities of shooting FullHd @480fps, but we don’t know how long it’s going to last long, eg.: Sony’s Motion Eye frames @960fps, but for less than a fifth of a second and at 720p resolution.
Considering that current Samsung’s max out at 720p@240fps. So, at any rate, this sensor would be fantastic to use.
The predecessor Galaxy S8 being maxed out at 60fps for full HD video recording. Rumours are that the S9 will feature Super Slow-motion.
The ISOCELL Bright features a Tetracell technology which by merging four neighbouring pixels into one big pixel improves a light sensitivity on the low-light conditions.
The WDR feature enables multiple exposures in a single shot, enhancing the bright and Dark regions of the shot.
They provide amenities like Dual Pixel AF and Super Phase Detection but are generally meant for thin, bezel-less phones.
ISOCELL rocks a small 0.9µm for meeting the bezel-less phone needs.