Samsung Galaxy S5 release date is expected to be at the Mobile World Congress next year and according to report last Sunday, the next flagship of the South Korean tech giant will feature a 13MP camer, whose sensor will be eight times brighter than the ones in current models. Phone Arena says that the Samsung Galaxy S5 camera specs will take outstanding features even in low-light conditions.
According to Phone Arena, aside from the ability to take great snapshots in low light, the new camera will contain an “anti-shake” feature that will keep photos and videos looking as though they were taken using a tripod.
The “anti-shake” feature can correct an angular error of up to 1.5 degrees, almost double the capacity of what cameras can correct these days. The report suggests that the new camera sensor will begin production early next year to be included in the rumored upcoming flagship.
In an earlier report by the International Business Times, it said that Samsung will offer the Samsung Galaxy S5 in both Android and Tizen platforms and that it will have an enhanced camera, fused with optical image stabilization feature and will have an exterior made of aluminum and magnesium.
Though Tizen is an OS in-development under the supervision of Samsung, the tech giant and Apple supplier is not ready to let go of Android OS for its devices. The Business Times reported that the South Korean tech giant has delayed the release of a flagship smartphone running on the homemade OS this year.
Samsung CEO Boo-Keun Yoo said that the company plans to use Tizen on connecting all of their devices including mobile phones and tablets. The closest thing that the company can do, speculates the Business Times, is release the Samsung Galaxy S5 with both an Android and Tizen version.