Earlier this month, Samsung unveiled a new camera sensor capable of recording a 64MP resolution, thereby detracting from Sony’s 48MP sensor. Although some were expecting to see this sensor for the first time on Samsung Galaxy Note 10, our company surprised and reportedly used it on the Samsung Galaxy A70s.
The Samsung Galaxy A70s will be released later this year and will feature the ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor, which is the mobile unit with the highest number of pixels in the market.
Although this sounds highly promising, it will produce 16MP or less images as it uses Tetracell technology to combine four 0.8mm pixels into only one for sharper images, especially in poor lighting conditions.
Beyond the camera, we have little detail about the Samsung Galaxy A70s. According to its name, it will probably be a renewed Samsung Galaxy A70, which has three back cameras.
However, given the specifications of this sensor, we expect it to be in the main camera of the device and will be accompanied by two more.