We have witnessed the major unveiling of the two much awaited Samsung Flagship handset the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Samsung has said to be improving the camera outputs with these two handset and thus we have the first official camera samples from the two devices.

Let’s us have first a look at the camera specifications for both the flagships. Both the handsets come with a 16MP camera sensor with its aperture size getting upgraded to F1.9. this means the camera sensors would now have better light capturing with more shallow field depth. Moreover, users would get even better focus options and effects. Some of the expected features include HDR, 4K video, OIS. A new feature has been brought to instantly trigger the camera. Now a double tap on the home button would give a quick access to the camera app in just 0.7 seconds.

On the other hand, the selfie snapper has been made more impressive with 5MP resolution and has the same F1.9 aperture size which too delivers some excellent performance in low-light conditions. Below are the sample images captured by primary 16MP and secondary 5MP cameras. However, we have toned down the image to smaller size. For actual size of the images, take a look at the samples from this link.

Back camera 16MP samples

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Front camera samples 5MP

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