Samsung will add a 108MP camera to its mid-range phones
Samsung wants to include a 108MP camera in its mid-range and cheap phones
The first Samsung smartphone to feature a 108MP camera was the Galaxy S20 Ultra launched in early 2020.
Now, it appears that the company intends to give a larger audience the possibility to enjoy the benefits of the 108MP sensor. For this purpose, this camera will be equipped with the new generation of relatively cheap and best-selling mid-range smartphones.
A South Korean source indicated that the company is already working on the next generation of the Galaxy A series for 2022, led by the Samsung Galaxy A73.
This model will be the phone that Samsung has chosen to equip its 108-megapixel photographic sensor, although it is not clear what sensor model the company plans to use, everything seems to refer to the ISOCELL HM3 built into the Galaxy S21 Ultra, with a size of 1 / 1.33 inches and 0.8 Pixel micrometer. To this should be added a rumor that all Galaxy A phones from 2022 will have optical stabilization in their cameras.
Already in recent years, Samsung has managed to raise the bar for its Galaxy A series, with the features inherited from high-end phones. In the latest models, we’ve been able to see 120Hz screens on models like the Galaxy A52 5G, or triple-zoom optical phones like the Samsung Galaxy A73.
Therefore, it is not surprising to believe that the next generation of the Galaxy A series can equip more functions of the Galaxy S, including a 108MP sensor. More details about the phone are likely to be revealed as its arrival date, scheduled for some time in the first quarter of 2022, approaches.