Samsung x TECNO Collab to Bring RGBW Technology to Camon 19

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In collaboration with Samsung, TECNO Mobile has announced that it will be using the latest RGBW Camera Sensor technology in its upcoming Camon 19 series phones. This advanced technology will allow better color accuracy and brightness in photos and videos. The Camon 19 series is expected to be released in early 2022.

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The device from TECNO’s Camon series, which is reputed for its camera features, will contain a sensor that is an RGBW color gradient that includes a unique white sub-pixel. This sensor will help the device improve its light sensitivity in low-light situations. In a workshop held by TECNO last month, its Global team announced that they are determined to work with Samsung to acquire a phone with the RGBW sensor from TECNO.

These phones will feature new technology from Samsung, which uses an RGBW pixel array to improve image quality. The new Samsung sensor will use Samsung’s Isocell GWB – an upcoming mobile imaging sensor that adds a white background to red, green, and blue pixels.


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The white pixel will make it easier for the sensor to pick up light, which helps produce more impressive low-light pictures and videos. It claims a little less critical contrast in the dark and more balanced coloring in low light.

Kelvin Zeng, CEO of TECNO Mobile Pakistan, said, 

“TECNO shall be bringing some of the greatest technological devices from its Camon and Phantom series in Pakistan this year. After our first Borderless AMOLED – Phantom X and the Gimbal Technology Camon 18 Premier, we are looking to expand the mobile technology horizon for our Pakistani consumers. The fans will not have to wait too long as we shall be launching the RGWB Technology phones in the country pretty soon.”


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