South Korean tech giant Samsung has recently launched its flagship S20 series, and the rumors of the next S series smartphones have already started to surface online. A few days ago, there were leaks that S21 might feature an under-display selfie camera. Now, Galaxy S21 is rumored to feature OIS (optical image stabilization) on the selfie camera with a larger sensor.
As per reports, OEM is testing two prototypes of the upcoming phones, One with a 1/2-inch sensor having 48 MP resolution and other featuring a 1/2.55-inch sensor (with 12 Megapixel resolution) with OIS.
The current generation of smartphones, Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra, features a 1/3.2-inch 10MP selfie camera (Sony IMX375) with dual-pixel autofocus and a 1/2.65-inch 40MP (ISOCELL S5KGH1) sensor with Super PD autofocus, respectively.
All smartphones of the S20 series can record 4k 60fps videos from-facing camera and also comes with autofocus, a feature that was introduced with the Galaxy S8 series.
Nevertheless, if Samsung is really working on these features, it would be great and will be an appreciable movement for the brand. Well, it quite early to discuss next year’s flagships. More leaks will be coming in the future, so stay for further updates.
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