August 14, 2022

What you need to know

  • Samsung reportedly plans to change the rear camera approach for Galaxy A devices next year.
  • They could feature primary, ultrawide, macro sensors, excluding the depth sensor.
  • The first models to adapt are likely the Galaxy A24, A34, and A54 devices.

Samsung is known for incorporating multiple camera systems on its smartphones. Its camera arrays usually comprise three or four sensors, the latter of which is found on its premium Ultra models or mid-range devices. However, this may no longer be the case, at least for Samsung’s Galaxy A series.

The rear camera island on Samsung’s mid-range tier is pretty straightforward, and that’s supposedly in for quite a change next year, The Elec reports. It suggests that Samsung plans to reduce the camera array of its A series smartphones by dropping one sensor in particular.