Camera Samsung Galaxy S Edge and S6 cameras behind 20-megapixel
One of the most important features of a smartphone is no doubt the camera, and Samsung has always been at the forefront when it comes to offering stellarperformance of the camera on the device (though it had fallen behind thecompetition in low-light photography). Much has been written about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagship S6 and Galaxy S Edge, with much emphasis on camera. Rumors are that it will be a 20MP shooter, but now more info has appeared, coming from people in the prototype Galaxy S6 alleged to have on hand.
This particular prototype is equipped with a rear 20-megapixel camera (withoptical image stabilization) and 5-megapixel front camera; both sensors are made by Samsung (model numbers SLSI_S5K2T2_FIMC_IC andSLSI_S5K4E6_FIMC_IS). Rear camera will take a photo in 20MP (5952 × 3348), 15MP (4464 × 3348), 11MP (3344 × 3344), 8MP (3264 × 2448), 6MP (3264 × 1836) and 2.4 MP (2048 × 1152) resolution. Front-facing camera, meanwhile, is similar to that found in A Galaxy series.
It is not clear whether Samsung sensor this will make both the S6. Depending on the results of the production can be limited to only the Galaxy S Edge or, worst case scenario, being dropped altogether.
In terms of software, Samsung is said to use the camera of 5.0 new Android APIs to give Pro mode. This mode will be shooting RAW images and offers manual controls including shutter speed focus and control.
Galaxy Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will go officially on March 1, at the Mobile WorldCongress, and we will try our best to get more info on the two devices that lead up to the announcement, so be sure to check back with us!