Samsung signs deal with Tesla for Cybertruck cameras
Samsung and Tesla have recently agreed to a transaction for roughly half a billion dollars. The former will supply the latter with camera sensors for the latter’s forthcoming electric vehicle, the Cybertruck, under this agreement.
According to South Korean media (via SamMobile), Samsung’s newest camera modules will be utilized in Tesla’s Cybertruck in the latest partnership between the South Korean tech giant and the American electric vehicle company. The Cybertruck, for those unfamiliar, is a futuristic-looking electric SUV that was initially exhibited in 2019.
The prototype model from back then had a mirrorless design and was fitted with an array of cameras attached to the dashboard screen.
Samsung has already provided Tesla with components for its electric vehicles, such as batteries. According to the source, the consumer electronics company has inked a 436 million dollar agreement with the world’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer for the delivery of its revolutionary image sensors. According to other speculations, the firm will also provide Tesla with its revolutionary PixCell LED headlights for future EVs.
Samsung has just unveiled the new ISOCELL Auto 4AC, which is designed and optimized particularly for automotive applications. To put it another way, this technology may appear in the Cybertruck or perhaps Tesla’s future electric vehicles. The company’s CornerPixel solution increases the field of view for a safer driving experience with the new ISOCELL Auto 4AC. It has a 1/3.7-inch optical format with 1.2 million 3.0-micrometer (m) pixels and can be installed in a variety of locations throughout the vehicle to provide a wide field of vision.
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