Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone has a new camera tech that can capture stills in stunning detail.
Here’s how the S7 camera works.
source Google Blog article We’ve all been in situations where we needed to capture a perfect still photo, but the camera technology wasn’t as great as we’d like.
So we used the camera on our iPhone to take stills.
The camera on the S6 has a few advantages: it’s smaller, more powerful, and can take better stills, while the S5 had an inferior camera and didn’t offer many new features.
Now, thanks to the Samsung S7’s new camera technology, you can capture perfectly still shots with the S8.
It’s easy to take amazing stills with the Samsungs flagship camera, but you’ll need to know how to use it.
The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will be out in November, and the S9 and S9 Plus are coming out in March.
Here are the camera specs and features you’ll want to know about when you can get your hands on the new Galaxy S9.
Galaxy S1 Galaxy S2 Galaxy S3 Galaxy S4 Galaxy S5 Galaxy S6 Galaxy S series Galaxy S lineup Camera sensor 5-megapixel rear camera with a f/1.8 aperture (with dual LED flash, LED flash is on the back) 4-megapixels front camera with f/2.2 aperture (2x optical zoom, LED light is on front) 6-megaphase f/4 aperture (6x optical, LED f/8 flash) 1080p front camera (5MP) with a 25mm lens 1080p camera (8MP) 1080 video recording with an image stabilization system (APS-C, f/3.5-5.6, 1080p) 2160p front shooter (12MP) 4K video recording (30fps, 60fps, 240fps, 720p) 12-megabit Wi-Fi connectivity