Samsung is the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer, and much of that success lies in the back of the Galaxy A series. According to a new report, future Samsung Galaxy A series will ditch the “deep” camera, in an effort to focus on meaningful improvements over numbers.
to you Reports indicate that Samsung plans to reduce the number of cameras in its Galaxy A series devices starting next year. Apparently, the Galaxy A24, A34, and A54 will all ship with triple camera arrays instead of the quad camera setup on current devices.
In a wise decision, Samsung is allegedly making the move to compete with better camera specifications, rather than stuffing as many cameras as possible on the device. Low costs are also an incentive for this move.
The camera missing in all of this seems to be the “deep” camera we’ve seen on many Samsung Galaxy devices, including last year’s Galaxy A53 and others.
Depth sensor cameras are often included in budget phones that chase a number, but they are rarely useful. Most of the time, the low-resolution camera is only used to improve selfies, something the program has been shown time and time again to be more than enough.
Breaking down the three mentioned models, it has been reported that the Galaxy A24 will feature a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 5MP macro. The Galaxy A34 will have a 48MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide, and 5MP primary camera. Finally, the Galaxy A54 will have a 50MP primary macro, 5MP ultra-wide and 5MP macro module.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy A34 in March of 2023, with the Galaxy A54 and others to follow in the following months.
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