The Galaxy A-series phones are Samsung‘s mid-to-low-end models in the global market, so many products have added depth-of-field cameras to highlight the large number of cameras. But in fact, the current depth-of-field camera has a very limited role in actual shooting, but will affect the imaging performance of the rear main camera and other practical sub-cameras due to occupying a lot of internal space. Now some media say that Samsung will strengthen the photography performance of Galaxy A series phones and abandon the use of depth-of-field cameras.
Samsung Galaxy A52
According to the news, starting from the Samsung Galaxy A24, Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54, which will be launched next year, the A-series phones will no longer be equipped with depth-of-field cameras. The rear four-camera was changed to the rear three-camera, and the R&D energy was more focused on the rear main camera, the ultra-wide-angle sub-shot and the macro sub-shot.
It is understood that the rear three-camera configuration of the Samsung Galaxy A24 is a 50MP rear main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide sub-camera and a 5MP macro sub-camera. The Galaxy A34’s ultra-wide sub-camera and macro sub-camera are the same as the Galaxy A24, and the main camera becomes 48MP. The rear main camera of the Galaxy A54 is 50MP, the macro sub-camera is 5MP, but the ultra-wide sub-camera is changed to 5MP. This photography configuration does not seem to improve the imaging performance much. If you want to pursue a good Samsung mobile phone with a secondary camera, you should still look at Samsung’s flagship products.