Samsung: Future Phones May Have Sensor-Shift Cameras For More Stable Images

Samsung: Future Phones May Have Sensor-Shift Cameras For More Stable Images

Samsung flagship phones have long had optical image stabilization (OIS), and most recently it incorporated the same camera technology into its mid-range Galaxy A lineup, starting with the Galaxy A72. Soon, the tech giant may introduce a more advanced image stabilization system to its phone cameras.

 

A new report from GalaxyClub suggests Samsung’s future smartphones will feature sensor-shift cameras; like that of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. For the uninitiated, this type of camera is integrated with sensors that move to compensate for vibrations when you’re taking a photo. In contrast, OIS involves moving the lens to stabilize the image.

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There’s no clear indication as to when we might see this image stabilization system in an actual phone. For now, Samsung is reportedly testing the sensor-shift camera for a new device.

 

That said, there’s every chance the image stabilization system could be integrated into Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S22 series. In addition, a few days ago, a Twitter post made rounds on the web; claiming that the South Korean tech firm was collaborating with Olympus for the camera of its next-generation flagship devices. The Japanese camera maker is known for building cameras with sensor-shift systems; so it’s also possible that Olympus may be developing the rumored sensor-shift camera for future Samsung handsets.

 

 

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