Published: Sat, May 25, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Galaxy A70S To Be The World’s First Phone With 64MP Camera

Galaxy A70S To Be The World’s First Phone With 64MP Camera

On the rear, the Note series is rumoured to be making a departure from recent Note devices with a vertical quad camera arrangement instead of a horizontal one.

Another rumour which may not please fans of the Note series is that Samsung may not be including many radical updates to its camera. Well, we don't really have any info regarding this phone just yet, as this is the first time we're hearing about it. Samsung did release the Galaxy A70, though, and the Galaxy A70S will likely be based on that phone. The new sensor is said to be producing 16MP images, which will further be pixel-merged using Samsung's Tetracell technology to produce 16MP low light photos and also a detailed 64MP shots in brighter lighting conditions as well. Samsung today has officially launched a set of featured backgrounds fit for the Galaxy S10's Infinity-O display. However, the rumoured highlight of the phone sure sounds like the Galaxy A70s will be a major upgrade - at least in the camera department. Samsung, however, has finally made a decision to bring in top-notch backgrounds officially for enthusiasts.

Once the S10 5G has hits stores on June 7, Samsung's next big event looks nearly certain to be the arrival of the new Galaxy Note 10.

Now when you know that Galaxy A70S will be equipped with a giant camera, so it's normal that you would be eagerly waiting for the device.

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According to a new report from Korean publication, ET News, the Galaxy A70S may become Samsung's first smartphone to feature a brand new 64-megapixel camera.

The 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor has the same 0.8μm pixel size as the current 48MP sensors. The ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor has a size of 0.8µm pixel, which would make it the smallest pixel size now available in the market.

There is support for real-time high dynamic range of up to 100 decibels (dB) which can give "richer hues" says Samsung. It will also come with support for full HD recording at 480 frames-per-second (fps), which would ensure high quality video even in slow-motion.

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