Samsung Galaxy A70 is barely a month old on the shelves, but if the reports are to be believed, the phone's successor is already being worked on and may be released by the second half of this year. As per Samsung, this new sensor has the highest resolution in Samsung's 0.8μm-pixel image sensor lineup and also features the "industry's highest resolution" lens. According to a report by Korean website ET News, Samsung will launch the Galaxy A70s smartphone later this year with 64MP camera sensor. This sensor is equipped with pixel-merging Tetracell technology, and remosaic algorithm. Samsung when it announced the sensor claimed that W1 can produce bright 16MP images in low-light environments and highly-detailed 64MP shots in brighter settings. According to Samsung, it supports a real-time high dynamic range of up to 100 decibels (dB) which can give "richer hues".
So, what about the Galaxy A70S? Previously, it was said that Samsung would first launch the 64-megapixel sensor in its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 10 smartphone. 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.
For comparison's sake, the Galaxy A70 was introduced in March this year. Its main camera includes a 32-megapixel sensor with an f/1.7 aperture, while it is accompanied by 8 and 5-megapixel units. Not that Samsung needs to work doubly hard these days, it's just that Huawei is in a situation that will probably prevent it from beating Samsung as planned.
Ever since the launch of the device, the internet flooded with unique designs complimenting the punch hole notch on the S10 mostly because it made the phone's incredible display look majestic and mesmerizing. Like, for instance, I can instantly transform my Galaxy Note 9 into my 2013 Samsung Galaxy S4 or one of the random Galaxy J devices I was testing past year. Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on the device, nearly certainly, along with Samsung's One UI skin.