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Samsung’s Galaxy A70S could have a 64MP camera

25 May 2019

A South Korean daily reveals that Samsung is working on a purported Galaxy A70s. The Samsung 64MP camera sensor has already gone into mass production, adds the report.

This is camera world, as people are ready to invest a huge amount of money on devices which have good camera results.

Earlier this month, Samsung announced a 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor with the 'industry's highest resolution.' So far, many Android vendors have launched phones with a 48-megapixel camera, using Sony's IMX586 sensor or Samsung's GM1 sensor.

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Samsung Galaxy A70s is a mid-range phone which is not part of a premium flagship range. Recently, Samsung launched launched a wireless power bank and wireless charging duo India.

In addition to the 64 MP camera sensor, the Galaxy A70s is likely to have similar specifications as the original device.

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It is not certain when it will arrive in the consumer devices, with the launch of Galaxy Note 10 just around the corner, it is possible that the camera will feature the 5x optical zoom lens.

The ISOCELL GW1 sensor has a small 0.8 micrometre size pixel which is considerably smaller than most camera sensors found on modern smartphones. This allows the sensor to optimize its full well capacity (FWC), utilizing the collected light more efficiently especially in bright environments.

The sensor uses Samsung's pixel-merging Tetracell technology to produce 16MP pictures in low-light conditions by merging four pixels into one. To give you some perspective, the human eye has a dynamic range of 120dB while traditional camera sensors offer a dynamic range of up to 60 dB.

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Samsung’s Galaxy A70S could have a 64MP camera