Allow Samsung Galaxy S21 Series, Google Discover Feed to Get Ultra-Wide-Angle Camera Upgrade: Report


The Samsung Galaxy S21 series will be upgraded in the ultra-wide sensor segment, according to Tipster. The series is expected to come with an IMX563 sensor with a 123-degree wide angle lens, which is an upgrade over the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. The sensors can also support dual-PD autofocus, indicating that the phones will come with macro mode. Additionally, the Galaxy S21 series may allow Google Discover feed on phones instead of Samsung’s own feed.

Samsung Galaxy S21 The series has been in constant leaks, renders or recent news, a Live video. Now, a familiar tipster who goes by the nickname Ice Universe Tweeted The Galaxy S21 series will be upgraded to IMX563 with ultra-wide camera sensors and comes with a 123-degree Field of View (FoV). Tipster said the upcoming flagship series will support dual-PD autofocus, indicating the presence of macro mode.

The Galaxy S20 The series comes with an ultra-wide-angle sensor that has a 120-degree FoV. Samsung has enhanced the Fov with the Galaxy S20 FE, which comes with a 123-degree ultra-wide-angle lens.

Video of the Galaxy S21 that recently appeared online Shown Very interesting thing. As the Twitter user amsamamsiexplores noted, there is a Google Discover page on the phone when you swipe right on the home screen. It refers to Samsung Finally allowing Google Discover to now be set as a feed instead of its own Report Samsung is free.

Recent Leak The Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 + are said to have both 128GB and 256GB storage variants. The Vanilla Galaxy S21 is rumored to have gray, pink, purple and white color options, while the Galaxy S21 + is available in Black, Purple and Silver options. The Galaxy S21 Ultra on the other hand is available in Silver and Black color variants in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options.

The global launch for the Galaxy S21 series will take place on January 14th. The Indian launch could take place anytime in the last week of January. Recent report.


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