14 September 2021
Samsung's Galaxy A-series smartphones are quite popular in the market. The company is now reportedly planning to bring a significant change to the whole lineup. As per South Korean publication The Elec, Samsung is ready to expand optical image stabilization (OIS) to all of the Galaxy A-series smartphone models.
The Galaxy A-series features phones that are spread across different price points. Samsung has so far kept OIS support limited to select models that it began doing start this year itself. Some of these models including Galaxy A72, Galaxy A52 5G, Galaxy A52 4G, Galaxy A52s, Galaxy A22, and Galaxy A22 5G. It is worth noting that the majority of the phones include 64-megapixel sensors and a few include a 48-megapixel sensor.
The move to expand OIS support to the whole Galaxy A-series lineup could actually be beneficial. It could make smartphones more appealing to customers, especially those who prioritize camera performance. The support for OIS is necessary to deliver stable video footage as well as still images.
It is important to note that Samsung is yet to share any official details about the plan. We will have to wait and see how much truth there is to the rumors. If there any other details that emerge in the future, we will keep you updated.