It is said that Sony is the champ of the smartphone market with its impressive 48 MP snapper, but now rumours suggest that Samsung is going to grab that position by launching world’s first 64 MP camera sensor in the upgraded version of Galaxy A70.
According to Korean site ET News, the company is on the verge of finalizing to bring the world’s first 64 MP rear camera to the Samsung Galaxy A70S handset, which is an upcoming mid-range smartphone which will likely to be an upgraded version of recently launched Galaxy A70.
It’s a very large ISOCELL image with the Tetra cell technology (Quad Bayer) that combines four adjacent pixels into one to achieve better detail, reduce noise in low-light environments and deliver better dynamic range. Samsung CEO DJ Koh told CNBC last year that the company would “bring technology and differentiation points starting from the mid-end.”
ET News report suggests that this most awaited handset could launch during the second half of 2019. Currently, no other specifications of this phone have been leaked, but it is said that most of the specifications would match with Galaxy A70. Although, it is not yet clear which territories the company is going to release the phone in. Nevertheless, if the rumours do turn out to be true, we cannot wait to get our hands on this one.
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