This year Samsung changed their mid-range and upper mid-range line-up completely. Though they still don’t provide price to performance ratio like Redmi and RealMe, but considering the previous records of mid-range smartphones by Samsung 2019 gave a lot of value smartphones from Samsung. One of the major element they improved a lot is their A series. This year’s Galaxy A line-up is one of the most value for money line-up. Recently we got to know about the names of all Galaxy A series smartphones from 2020.
Now today we got an idea of camera setups in every Galaxy A series smartphone from 2020. A leak pops up on Twitter which reveals camera information of all Galaxy A smartphones from next year. They are taking a big leap here, by not giving dual camera setup on any Galaxy A smartphone. Instead even the budget Galaxy A21 will have triple camera setup. Galaxy A21, A31, and A41 will have a primary sensor, an ultra wide angle sensor, and a depth sensor. Galaxy A51 and A61 has quad camera setup with one primary, one ultra wide, one telephoto (2x optical zoom), and one depth sensor.
Moving to the premium most Galaxy A71, A81, and A91, all these will have triple camera setup with ToF sensor. Galaxy A71 will have the usual 48MP primary sensor, an ultra wide and a telephoto sensor. Now the Galaxy A81 takes the series further with Samsung’s newest 64MP primary sensor. It also has the ultra wide angle and telephoto (2x or 5x) zoom. The premium most Galaxy A81 has that unannounced whopping 108MP primary camera. It will have that ultra wide angle lens and 5x telephoto (first for Samsung as of now) zoom lens.
So that’s all the information we have as of now. Do note that these specs might be incorrect as it’s too early to take on any 2020 smartphone right now. But considering the growth smartphone photography, by 2020 we will see triple cameras on budget smartphones as well. So the camera setup of Galaxy A series in 2020 will be similar to this one. Let us know your thoughts of these cameras in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.