There is still a lot of time left until 2025 arrives, but there are already several rumors circulating on the Internet that talk about Samsung and its top of the range expected for that year. Apparently the South Korean company could decide, as reported by some rumors, to abandon the image sensor ISOCELL GN3 to host sensors Sony. These would implement the Galaxy S25 and the Galaxy S25+.
A recent report, however, suggests that the information could be false, given that Samsung’s real idea would be to remain faithful to its sensor.
This news, however, has been further strengthened in recent hours. On Twitter/X, a famous leaker reportedly reported that Samsung could actually use the ISOCELL GN3 sensor on the Galaxy S25, just as it did with the current Galaxy S23 and S23+. Rumors speak of the same choice for the new S24s too.
Samsung may not change its camera sensor even in 2025
Samsung’s choice to still keep its ISOCELL GN3 sensor would not be entirely reckless. This component actually works like a god. Samsung’s ISOCELL GN3 is part of the latest generation of sensors announced in 2022. This uses technology Tetrapixelwhich combines four pixels into one to improve sensitivity especially in low light conditions, thus reducing noise.
This sensor is also capable of recording 8K video at 30 fps, 4K video at 120 fps, and FHD video at 480 fps. Overall, the ISOCELL GN3 sensor offers high image quality, fast performance, and support for high-resolution video.
After all, why change something that seems to work very well? What is perplexing is that many camera manufacturers have recently chosen Sony sensors. These actually offer a number of benefits, such as a reading speed higher and one dynamic range wider.
At the moment there is no further information on the matter and the situation could change at any moment. New rumors will follow very soon.