The Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra continue to unveil themselves. A few days before the Unpacked conference, a renowned informant published the full datasheets of the cameras. As expected, the Standard model and Plus share the same configuration. More upscale, the S21 Ultra has a main photo sensor of 108 megapixels.
This Monday, January 4, Evan Blass, famous leaker of the smartphone world, posted two infographics detailing the camera Galaxy S21. These are obviously promotional images intended for the Italian market. The leak confirms most of the information that has appeared on the web in recent months.
The Galaxy S21 and S21 + are thus equipped witha triple photo sensor on the back. This device is composed of a main lens of 12 megapixels (f1.8), an ultra-wide angle sensor of 12 megapixels (f2.2) and a last telephoto module of 64 megapixels (f2.0). In the hole in the screen, Samsung is betting on a photo sensor for 10 megapixel selfies (f2.2).
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The return of the 108-megapixel photo sensor
For its part, the S21 Ultra signs the return of the 108 megapixel photo sensor (f1.8). It would be an improved version of the ISOCELL Bright HM1 module at work on the S20 Ultra and the Note 20 Ultra, two top of the range released last year. To accompany this high-flying main module, Samsung once again incorporates a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor (f2.2) and two 10-megapixel telephoto lenses (f4.9 and f2.4).
Instead of the ToF (Time of Flight) sensor for depth of field, the Seoul giant adds a laser autofocus. However, Samsung is not revolutionizing its recipe. In the hole in the screen, there is a 40 megapixel front camera (f2.2). Obviously, all models inherit an LED flash.
As a reminder, Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra at an Unpacked conference this Thursday, January 14, 2021. The three smartphones will then land in stores two weeks later. We’ll tell you more about the S21 as soon as possible. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.
Source: Evan Blass