Best buy guide: Galaxy Watch 6 or Galaxy S24+. Woo-hoo join SamMobile on WhatsApp or Telegram!

SamMobile has affiliate and sponsored partnerships. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn a commission.

    News for you

    Samsung files a trademark application for ‘Duo Pixel’


    Last updated: December 8th, 2015 at 13:35 UTC+01:00

    Samsung applies for a lot of patents and trademarks every year, but not every technology that you see in the patents gets used in consumer products. The company has previously filed patent applications for things like scrollable tablets, body fat measurement technology for smartphones, and tab style smartphones. Now, the company has filed a trademark application on November 27, 2015 for the term ‘Duo Pixel'.

    We can't truly say what ‘Duo Pixel' means. However, we reported last month about Samsung experimenting with a new 12-megapixel 1/2-inch camera sensor for the Galaxy S7. It was being reported that the camera sensor has a pixel size that is far larger than usual smartphone camera pixels and utilizes dual-PD (dual photodiode) technology.

    This could be something similar to Canon's Dual Pixel Sensor, which has two photodiodes for each pixel area rather than a single photodiode, and this makes the camera focus much faster while capturing images as well as while recording videos. However, we might just be grasping at straws here and this trademark might be related to something different altogether.

    Samsung Trademark Application USPTO Duo Pixel


    General Duo Pixel

    You might also like