the mobile could come with OIS for your camera


The photographic section is a fundamental aspect of our smartphones. We are all clear that as we increase the price range, we will be able to find more and better technologies that help us improve the final result. Superior hardware is also synonymous with higher cost. However, Samsung is planning to give a major leap for its 2021 mid-range, which could start with the future Galaxy A72.

The mid-range mobiles have many elements common to the high-end, however, and not surprisingly, they do not reach the hardware levels of the most powerful and advanced devices on the market. There are elements such as Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which They have not yet made the jump to the mid-range of Samsung and family like the Galaxy A, although this could change very soon.

Galaxy A72 with optical stabilization

The line between high-end and mid-range narrows more and more. In sections such as the battery, fast charging or cameras are increasingly even. However, there are still elements where the change of step or range must be justified. One of them is optical image stabilization. This system allows both photos and videos can be much sharper, since a gyroscopic sensor is integrated to compensate for the movement caused by vibrations, whether external or those of the user.

OIS on the cameras of the Sony Xperia.

As reported by SamMobile, the first mid-range Samsung terminals to integrate this system will be the best in the Galaxy A series of 2021. In addition, it is detailed that the favorite candidate to release the system will be the Galaxy A72, along with other possible models such as the Galaxy A82 and the Galaxy A92 (despite the fact that the A81 and A92 have not yet been presented)

Savings in the mid-range

The report details that so far, this hardware feature has been exclusive to the high-end. However, Samsung’s strategy could change given the global economic outlook. Sales of the most expensive and powerful mobiles on the market are not reaching the figures predicted before the COVID-19 crisis. Due to this paradigm shift, mid-range terminals will become more important if possible next year with the integration of this and other technologies. There is no doubt, however, that the avant-garde and the latest technologies will continue hand in hand with the great flagships.

Written by David Girao

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