When it comes to camera technology, Samsung has been improving it every year with the new range of Galaxy series. This time, it has been rumored that the Galaxy S21 series will bring even more improvements to the Smasng’s camera setup. The reports suggest that although the S21 series will continue to use the same 108 MP camera on the smartphone, it will be upgraded with new features. It is rumored that the company will be skipping the ToF (time-of-flight) camera and will include laser autofocus instead of that.
The feature will employ a small laser emitter positioned on the back of the smartphone, near the camera lens. It is also rumored that the company might use an HM3 sensor, single-pixel at 0.8um, laser autofocus with a 108MP camera. It would also use ISOCELL HM3 that is 12 percent brighter than ISOCELL Bright HM1, that was used in the S20 series, launched this year. The ISOCELL HM3 would not only improve the image quality but will also allow taking much better pictures in a dark environment or low light conditions. It would also allow the camera to capture night photos much faster.
The S21 series will definitely bring major camera improvement to the Samsung range of smartphones. Other details of the phone also confirm the addition of a 5,000mAh battery along with 65W fast charging support. Apart from that, no other details have been confirmed about the phone by the company and it is expected to launch in the month of January next year.