The Galaxy S21’s Ultra Wide Camera Could Bring The Features We Always Wanted

The Galaxy S21 series will be unveiled early next month, but the most important aspects of the upcoming smartphones have already been leaked. The design and specifications of the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra appeared last month. Samsung is now reported to have added two important features to the ultra-wide cameras on the Galaxy S21 series devices.

While there may appear to be no hardware improvements to the Galaxy S21 series camera due to the same resolution and sensor size, Samsung is rumored to have added autofocus and dual-pixel phase-detection macro mode to. ultrawide cameras. According to a tweet from @IceUniverseThe South Korean smartphone giant has also upgraded the ultra-wide camera sensor from ISOCELL S5K2LA to Sony IMX563. The ultra-wide camera now boasts a 123-degree field of view compared to the Galaxy S20’s 120-degree field of view.

The Sony IMX563 sensor is 1 / 2.55-inch in size, 1.4 μm pixels, and dual-pixel autofocus. It should now be able to deliver sharper ultrawide images and videos. Hopefully, with the ISP improvements on the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888, Samsung should be able to offer 4K 60fps HDR10 + video recording via the ultra-wide camera and a smooth switch between all rear camera sensors in the series. Galaxy S21.

The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 + are rumored to feature triple cameras on the rear: a 12MP (1 / 1.76-inch) wide-angle camera with dual-pixel autofocus, a 12MP ultra-wide camera with dual-autofocus. pixel and a 64MP telephoto. camera. The Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to use an improved 108MP ISOCELL HM3 sensor for the wide-angle camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and two 10MP telephoto cameras (one with 3x optical zoom and the other with 10x optical zoom).

  • Model: SM-G998U
  • Dimensions: : xx mm
  • Display: 6.8 inches / 172.72 mm
  • CPU: Snapdragon 875
  • Camera: 12 MP