The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with four rear cameras. The primary sensor is a 108MP camera and among the other three is a Time of Flight (ToF) camera. For the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung will be taking a different direction.
We already know that the flagship phone, which has been reported to launch on January 14, will have four rear cameras, thanks to an early look at its design. The popular leaker, Ice Universe, has revealed that there’s no ToF camera in the setup.
In a tweet posted a few days ago, he disclosed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will come with an ISOCELL HM3 sensor. The 108MP camera will have a pixel size of 0.8µm and the setup will have a laser focus module. However, there will be no ToF sensor.
The ToF sensor on the Galaxy S20 Ultra is a 0.3MP sensor with an f/1.0 aperture. Its job is to help with depth details when taking portrait photos or recording live focus videos. If Samsung is removing it from the S21 Ultra, it is safe to say that it has another way of capturing the depth of field details.
Nevertheless, the phone still has four rear cameras and we know that asides from the 108MP primary camera, there will also be an ultrawide angle camera and a periscope telephoto camera. Our guess is that the fourth sensor is another telephoto camera.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra launches early next year alongside the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21 Plus. It will have a centered punch hole and be powered by the Snapdragon 875 processor or Exynos 2100 processor depending on the market.
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