Samsung’s Galaxy A line of smartphones is one of the best options for those looking for an affordable yet premium experience, and these models often end up getting similar features to the Galaxy S line of phones, but at a lower price. Such as AMOLED display, in-display fingerprint sensor, 120Hz refresh rate, and more. However, a recent report suggests that Samsung may drop a camera sensor from future Galaxy A-series phones.
Galaxy A-series phones have had quad cameras for a long time: the main camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera, a macro camera, and a depth sensor. Now, Samsung may get rid of the depth sensor.
This means that future Galaxy A phones, such as the Galaxy A24, A34 and A54, will feature only three lenses, just a main lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a macro lens.
More specifically, the report talks about the Galaxy A24 will have a 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 5-megapixel macro camera; the Galaxy A34 will have a 48-megapixel + 8MP camera A similar combination of 10,000 pixels + 5 million pixels, the Galaxy A54 is believed to be equipped with 50 million pixels + 5 million pixels + 5 million pixels, however, we have reason to believe that the ultra-wide-angle sensor may be higher than the reported pixel value.
The A-series phones are the best-selling phone models, not only for consumers but for Samsung as well. They are the models that drive major revenue in Samsung’s smartphone division. It’s worth watching how well consumers respond to the exclusion of depth sensors. , in fact the depth sensor is not very important to many people.