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Toshiba To Launch Full-HD 1.12 Micrometer Image Sensor With BSI & CNR

Toshiba Corp. (TOSBF.OB) announced it will launch a Full-HD (1080p), 1.12 micrometer, back side illumination (BSI) CMOS image sensor integrating a color noise reduction circuit. The new image sensor, "T4K71", enables chip and camera module miniaturization and will contribute to achieving thinner smartphones and tablets.

The T4K71 delivers a high speed frame rate of 60 fps at full resolution, essential for smooth, continuous recording of full high-definition video, the company said.

Toshiba Corp. has scheduled to start mass production of the new product in September.

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