Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 series on February 11, 2020. Now, It has been just two months, but it looks like the company has started working on the next generation of Galaxy S phone, which will probably be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy S21.
Recently, on a post from reputable leakster Ice Universe, our first rumor was about how Samsung is considering implementing an under-screen selfie camera for their Galaxy S21. It will be a huge development if they succeed, and we hope they do succeed because it will be a revolutionary move.
Samsung is considering using the under-screen camera technology on the Galaxy S21 first, and is evaluating the feasibility of the technology.
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) April 9, 2020
We came to know about another rumor today via clien.net. It suggests the Galaxy S21 may have a better selfie camera than the Galaxy S20. The South Korean company wants to focus on enhanced image quality.
According to rumors, Samsung could offer better Optical Image Stabilization(OIS) technology and much bigger sensors to improve the front-facing camera. Samsung is presumed to be trying out two prototypes for the upcoming flagship phone. The first is a 1/2-inch sensor, larger than Galaxy S20 and S20+ (1/3.2-inch) and S20 Ultra’s 40MP sensor (1/2.65-inch). The second is a 1/2.55-inch sensor with OIS.
This time, Samsung really thought about the front-facing camera. Both the options are really exciting, and they aim for better low-light pictures. Having said that, it will be really good if they implement OIS on the selfie camera as it will allow users to record smooth videos and click shake-free still images.
The rumor also suggests that the company may also apply those features to the “quasi-flagships” phones. Quasi-flagships mean partial flagship phones, most likely suggesting the Galaxy A series. If it is true, you won’t have to spend big bucks to enjoy those flagship features.