Insider: Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will receive an updated 108-megapixel camera sensor with laser autofocus

Chinese insider Ice Universe continues to share details about the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. This time he talked about the new camera.

According to the source, the Galaxy S21 Ultra, like the current model, will receive a 108MP primary camera sensor. But it won’t be an ISOCELL Bright HM1 sensor, but an updated ISOCELL HM3. It will boast a 12% improved light sensitivity. In addition, the smartphone will be equipped with laser autofocus. It will replace the ToF sensor. A similar system is currently used in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. In general, one should not expect drastic changes in the quality of photos and videos.

Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is also credited with a 6.8-inch 2K Dynamic AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 or 144 Hz. The novelty should also receive a 5000 mAh battery, a Snapdragon 875 or Exynos 2100 chip (depending on the market), and the Android 11 operating system with the new One UI 3.1 shell.

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