Samsung: This Friday (3) there were new rumors about the update of the Galaxy A-line for next year. According to South Korean website The Elec, Samsung plans to implement the optical stabilization (OIS) feature in the cameras of all the mobile phones in the series, making it even more competitive in the market.
If confirmed, Samsung would have already given some hints about the adoption of the feature that is still in the launch of the Galaxy A22, an intermediate model with a 48 MP camera with OIS. It hit the national market in July of this year with a suggested retail price of R$1,899, which offers more quality when registering photos.
The stabilization function ensures that records are not damaged by direct or indirect vibrations in the cell body, promoting a sharper result.
Given the high competitiveness in this segment of mobile phones, especially fierce for the cost-effectiveness offered by Chinese manufacturers, the addition of OIS to the Galaxy A line of cameras could provide an advantage to Samsung. The South Korean’s entry-level models have been a sales success even amid the semiconductor supply crisis, indicating the company may be increasing its bet on the niche.
However, the novelty still needs confirmation from Samsung and should therefore be considered with caution.