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Monday, May 27, 2019

SAMSUNG GALAXY A70s: Mid-range device with killer CAMERA



HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE KILLER CAMERA TO BE LAUNCHED IN THE ONCOMING SAMSUNG MID-RANGE PHONE THE A70S?



Few months ago Samsung and Sony unveiled a 48-megapixel sensors and Smartphone makers are increasing in all price bracket. We see them on devices like the Oneplus 7pro, Xaiomi remidi note 7 and more.

It took almost 7years for Smartphone companies to standardize the 40 megapixel and above resolution since the launch of the Nokia 808 pure view in 2012 and  at this time it offers the largest image sensor on its phone with a huge 41 megapixel image sensors  with high tech  performance.
                Few weeks ago Samsung took the megapixel one step forward by launching a 64 megapixel ISOCELL image sensor this is the highest pixel Smartphone camera ever.
Samsung claims this Smartphone is capable of delivering brighter images in low light condition and more details in brighter settings.
This camera basically takes 4-64mp images in bright conditions and takes 4-16mp in low light conditions and combines.
This method of merging data from  4-pixel into 1 is called TETRA CELL TECHNOLOGY, which basically helps in taking better pictures in low light condition.
Reports from South Korea says the galaxy a70s will be the first Smartphone to have this  crazy megapixel camera.
This isn’t surprising because Samsung has decided to add new crazy technology to its mid-range phones. Samsung CEO said they won’t wait for the release of another new flagship phones before they launch this crazy camera but will rather have them in their mid-range Smartphones (releasing new tech in new phones).
This also happened when their four camera sensors was first included in the galaxy A9 before bringing it into to the galaxy S10 5g version.
We expect the oncoming Samsung galaxy note 10 to have this crazy camera sensors but reports reaching us says Samsung wants to test it out first with their mid-range smartphones before introducing It to their flagships.

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