Samsung is likely to release the Galaxy S22 in the first quarter of 2022. Interestingly, there is still more than half a year for this device to premiere shelves, and we are getting leaks about this smartphone. Today, we learned a little about this device’s camera, and so here we are.
According to a tipster, this Galaxy S22 (and perhaps the Galaxy S22+ as well) might come with a triple-camera setup on the rear. The primary sensor could 50MP, with a 12MP ultrawide camera and a 12MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom. However, we are unsure if it will come with Samsung’s ISOCELL sensors or Sony’s IMX sensors.
We also heard from the tipster that the Galaxy S22 could come with “a larger (1/1.28-inch or 1/1.12-inch), 50MP sensor for brighter and sharper images, thanks to larger pixel size in both native (1.4μm) and 4-in-1 binning (2.8μm) modes. The new sensor should also offer brighter 4K videos in low-lighting conditions and 8K videos.”
So much so, we still don’t know what Samsung would do with the front-facing camera’s sensor size or resolution. Earlier, it was rumored that the company might bring an under-display selfie camera for the Galaxy S22. However, it was later revealed that the company is not taking the risk of bringing an unsatisfactory image quality camera.
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