Samsung has introduced the ISOCELL HP2, a 200-megapixel camera sensor that will be included in their upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The sensor has 0.6-micrometer pixels and boasts impressive specs that match the rumors surrounding the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s camera. This marks the first time Samsung has included a sensor with such a high resolution in their flagship smartphones, despite producing 200-megapixel sensors for years. The new sensor doubles the resolution of last year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra, which had a 108-megapixel sensor. The ISOCELL HP2 can combine pixels to produce lower resolution images with higher quality in low light environments. It can produce 50-megapixel images by combining four pixels and 12.5-megapixel images by combining 16 pixels. The sensor also supports 8K video recording at 30fps and 4K HDR recording at 60fps.