Samsung is apparently rolling out some key improvements to its flagship camera design one year from now. The Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+ are presently reputed to include another 10MP telephoto sensor with 3x optical zoom abilities, rather than a high resolution sensor with poor optical zoom.
The Galaxy S21 and S21+ have just 1.1x optical zoom, yet they offset this inadequacy with a high-resolution 64MP sensor that enables digital zoom. The forthcoming Galaxy S22 and S22+, be that as it may, will apparently take an alternate route. The telephoto sensor will have a lower pixel count, however it will profit from proper 3x optical zoom.
Carrying a sample of Ultra to the base and Plus models
Basically, this may be a similar 10MP telephoto sensor with 3x optical zoom, double pixel PDAF, and OIS that is found on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s additionally expected to be utilized by the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which implies that the forthcoming flagship trio should share a bigger number of similitudes in the camera department than the past generations did.
Past rumors proposed that the base Galaxy S22 models will have a 12MP telephoto camera with 3x zoom, yet that doesn’t appear to be the situation considering the most recent break, courtesy of Galaxy Club. Notwithstanding, the upcoming Samsung flagships — or if nothing else the base models — are as yet expected to each have a 50MP main camera alongside the further developed telephoto sensor.