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Samsung Galaxy S6 will receive a 20-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization
Multiple information leaks allow to draw a more or less plausible picture on the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy S6. This time from unofficial sources about the camera that will be used in the South Korean flagship.
Samsung is preparing a “six” in the so-called Project Zero, which provides a full review of approaches to the development of a new top-end Android-phone. Former Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 created projects J and K, respectively. Overall reset is important for Samsung, which should be taken very seriously to the appearance flagship smartphone, because the realization of the latter considerably reduced and the demand for Galaxy S5 was smaller than in the case of the Galaxy S4. Competition in the market has increased with the advent of “bulky» iPhone and iPhone 6 6 Plus, as well as hundreds of Chinese vendors.
According to the newspaper ETNews, Seoul specifically for the Galaxy S6 developed a new 20-megapixel sensor. It is argued that the system was introduced optical image stabilization (OIS). It is unknown whether proprietary technology ISOCELL. The front camera will appeal to a 5-megapixel shooting that claimed in conditions of total fotoavtoportretov popularity – Self.
According to available data, the announcement of Samsung Galaxy S6 is scheduled for March 2 at the exhibition MWC 2015, while sales of the device will begin in the same month – for two or three weeks earlier than planned before the manufacturer. The sources said that some time after the release Galaxy S6 modification of the market will this phone with a waterproof housing – Galaxy S6 Active.
Earlier it was reported that the Galaxy S6 is equipped with a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels, 64-bit processor Exynos 7420 with eight cores, 3 or 4 GB of RAM and the operating system Android 5.0 Lollipop. In addition, the smartphone may receive an improved fingerprint reader technology which copies Touch ID communicators Apple.
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