While it has been confirmed that Samsung will unveil the flagship Galaxy S21 series, more information about the device has been teasing up recently..
While the launch date of the Galaxy S21 Series has been confirmed to take place on the 14th of January, more leaks and Information which seems authentic has been teasing up to spice it up.

Just recently, a source has just continued to share new information about the Galaxy S21, and this time it is related to the ultra-wide-angle camera lens of this phone.

According to GSMArena, new information about the Galaxy S21 has been shared by famous leaker Ice Universe and thus, all three Galaxy S series phones will use the same Sony IMX563 sensor for its ultra wide-angle camera.

The camera will support dual phase-detection AF technology, with a resolution of 12MP, with a sensor size of 1 / 2.55 inch and a pixel size of 1.4µm. It is similar to the sensor found on the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G but with the addition of AF.

Ice Universe also shared that this super wide-angle lens will give a shooting angle of up to 123 degrees, which is wider than the 120-degree figure of the Galaxy S20. Thanks to the help of AF, it will most likely assist in macro photography as well.

Previously, many smartphone manufacturers that built AF on their ultrawide lenses used it for macro photography instead of using a dedicated macro camera.

In addition to the super wide angle camera upgrades, the Galaxy S21 is expected to still have a 12MP primary sensor and 64MP telephoto camera, with support for 8K video recording. At the meantime, let's take a seat back then wait and watch it!


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