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pixel count

The number of picture elements (color dots, pixels) in an image. The pixel count is a major component of a digital camera's specification. See pixel and megapixel.
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Having said that, MrHeape, who is an expert in the field of camera optics and image processing, doesn't really support the method camera vendors are adopting to improve the pixel count in smartphone cameras.
No doubt, the Huawei P20 Pro packs the highest-ever total pixel count compared to any smartphone today.
The triple-lens camera - comprised of a 40MP, 20MP and 8MP sensor - on the P20 Pro has the highest total pixel count on a smartphone available in the market, resulting in stunning images.
The PORSCHE DESIGN HUAWEI Mate RS features a Leica triple camera with the highest total pixel count on a smartphone available in the market -- the camera configuration is comprised of a 40MP RGB sensor, a 20MP monochrome sensor and an 8MP sensor with telephoto lens.
And that's a whopping pixel count. 4K Resolution When we speak of 4K resolution, it has to have a horizontal pixel count of at least 4000 pixels.
Sub-pixel thresholding improves resolution by two times, and center-of-gravity algorithms can improve resolution up to 10 times over the basic pixel count.
Wrapped in Gorilla Glass 4 and a pixel count of 565 pixels per inch (pixel density) the display looks pretty neat.
DSLRs have about the same pixel count as point-and-shoots, but their sensors are much bigger.
Another special feature is UltraMax--a superresolution facility that quadruples the pixel count to 3.1 megapixels (MP) for finer detail and accuracy.
On the image quality front, Apple introduced image sensor improvements, including a 50% increase in pixel count to 12MP.
BTBT's 4K content is also currently thin on the ground, with only weekly Premier League matches and Moto GP coverage promised on the live front, no UHD movies or entertainment shows and just a smattering of 4K documentaries on demand to show off the added pixel count. Support for Netflix Ultra HD is also conspicuous by its absence, although this is set to make an appearance by the end of the year.
The Retiga R6 uses a 6MP sensor and supports applications requiring high pixel count and large FOV such as time lapse, tile-and-stitch or stereo microscopy.