Next-Generation Galaxy A Series to Receive Major Camera Upgrades

The entry level models will get a triple rear camera setup

Samsung’s new strategy for the Galaxy A series proved to be good for the Korean brand, as it catered from the budget offerings to premium mid-range models.

With Samsung planning out its next-generation Galaxy series, a leaked roadmap revealed positive things for the lineup—at least for the cameras.

According to the leaked roadmap, the entry-level Galaxy A models will have a triple rear camera setup consisting of a main camera, wide-angle camera, and depth sensor. The mid-range models add a telephoto camera, while the premium mid-range ones swap the depth sensor for a ToF camera.

The top-tier Galaxy A models—namely the Galaxy A81 and A91—will use Samsung’s 64-megapixel ISOCELL GW1 and 108-megapixel ISOCELL HWM sensors respectively.

The leaked roadmap shows that Samsung wants to leverage its phones as far as cameras is concerned. The next-generation Galaxy A series is slated to debut late this year or early next year.


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