Yesterday we saw the concept video by Concept Phones for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge that are to be unveiled on the 1st of March at the MWC 2015 expo. Now, we have got some information on the camera of the smartphone that is alleged to be a 16MP camera with Sony IMX240 sensor. This is same to the 16MP camera that was used on the Galaxy Note 4 units and measures ½.6 inches. This information has arrived from SamMobile and so we expect it to be mostly true clearing-off the doubt regarding a 20MP camera sensor.
However, it being said that even-though the camera sensor is same like that of the Galaxy Note 4, the image quality has been improved with some better processing algorithms and additional software used for the Galaxy S6. Moreover, there is a word about the inclusion of manual camera mode that would allow users to get the in-depth control of camera settings such as white balance, shutter speed and ISO.
The company has dropped an official hint indicating a wider-aperture lens giving better looking outputs.