Released in November 2019, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is the world’s first smartphone equipped with a 108 megapixel main camera. Since then, many models with the same cameras have appeared on the market. The South Korean company Samsung also uses 108-megapixel sensors in its smartphones, albeit only in the top models from the flagship series Galaxy Note and Galaxy S. However, soon everything will change, because Samsung is preparing to release its first mid-range smartphone with a 108-megapixel camera. … It will be part of the popular Samsung Galaxy A line. At least that’s what sources familiar with Samsung’s plans say.
According to sources, the new Samsung Galaxy A73, which will be released soon, boasts a 108-megapixel main camera. This will be the first time Samsung has installed a sensor with this resolution in a mid-range device. With such a camera, the Samsung Galaxy A73 will be able to compete on a par with mid-range smartphones from Xiaomi.
Insiders did not specify which sensor will be installed as the main camera of the Samsung Galaxy A73. But chances are good it will be Samsung’s 1 / 1.52-inch ISOCELL HM2 used in the Redmi Note 10 Pro. We can only hope that Samsung will continue this trend and will install cool cameras in its mid-range smartphones.