Earlier this year, a report suggested that Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra – the company’s next high-end phone that we hope will arrive in early 2022 – would come with a 200MP camera, information that would be a major upgrade to mobile devices. , but, it seems that after all it won’t be like that.
According to Ice Universe – a known leaker with a good track record – Samsung will opt for the third generation of its 108MP lens, which we’ve seen on the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy S21 Ultra, instead of having a megapixel boost.
However, the leaker himself acknowledged that the previous rumor of a 200MP lens would be correct, but that in the meantime Samsung would have backtracked on the decision to have a 200MP option, which could mean that this “leap” is not yet mature. enough to get to market. However, the simple fact that the South Korean manufacturer has considered this hypothesis means that the technology is already quite advanced, so it shouldn’t be long before we see this lens in the smartphone market.
What else can we expect from the 108MP camera? The Ice Universe does not reveal any specific features, but says that Samsung will “cut” the technology that already exists.
Previously, other leaks suggested that Samsung could be experimenting with an innovative image stabilization technology by shifting the photo sensor, which would improve quality, and there is no confirmation that this technology will be available in the next line of equipment. m’voeis, the Galaxy S22, which should be announced in early 2022.
However, whatever improvement Samsung is preparing, we will certainly still hear about it, as it is true that the “creation” of the Galaxy S22 is still at a stage far from the beginning of production, so it is possible that there will still be more developments and hopefully we’ll find out more about what’s new from Samsung.
In a shorter space, it’s already in August that we’ll know the manufacturer’s new bets on the foldable smartphone market, with the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3.