Samsung Galaxy S8 to feature Sony IMX333 imaging sensor

Samsung is all set to unveil their latest flagship smartphones Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on Wednesday. The smartphones are expected to be equipped with the high-end specifications ever available in the smartphone market, from display to Chipset.

As like in every flagship models, Samsung works hard to configure the Camera for their flagship smartphones at its very best. The predecessor for the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge launched last year had better camera modules with faster autofocus and Phase Detection, but the Google’s Pixel smartphones have been selected as the best camera smartphones in 2016. From the latest reports, Google achieved the superior position in smartphone Photography by configuring the Camera App software, which was actually taken from Google’s earlier project Google Glass.

Now, the latest leaks coming out of the sleeve of Samsung claims that Samsung is going to build an epic in terms of the Camera in Galaxy S8 and S8+. Reports claim that Samsung will use Sony’s IMX333 sensor on their smartphones, first smartphone to feature the sensor. From the earlier lessons, Samsung would seem to configure the Camera in Software and Hardware level to make them the best in 2017.

If you have missed, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC, with 4GB RAM, 12MP+8MP camera modules and display sizes of 5.8-inches and 6.2-inches respectively.

Just like you, we too are waiting eagerly for the arrival of the beast in Smartphone market.

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