Today, Redmi officially announced that the budget flagship Redmi Note 12 Pro+ will be the first phone in the world to feature the 200-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HPX family sensor, introduced just last week. Previously given information first reported by verified insider Ice Universe.
The optical format of the new sensor is 1/1.4 inches. The sensor area is 24% larger than the Sony IMX766. The company claims 16:1 binning, which the HP3 also has, 8K video capture at 30fps, and Super QPD AF autofocus.
In terms of color reproduction, the Samsung HPX sensor uses new DTI technology to improve color reproduction while reducing pixel crosstalk, and ISOCELL 3.0 technology is used to improve the signal-to-noise ratio. More importantly, the sensor supports three shooting modes to meet different needs (200MP, 50MP, and 12.5MP).
It is reported that the Redmi Note 12 series will include three models: standard version, Pro and Pro+. The standard version supports 67W fast charging, while the Pro and Pro+ support 120W and 210W fast charging, respectively.
The presentation is expected on October 27th.