SamMobile reports that Samsung is stepping its game in the mid-range smartphones by bringing Optical Image Stabilization to other smartphones. The rumors first appeared two months ago when a report suggested that the company is contemplating on bringing Optical Image Stabilization to its mid-range phones, probably on the Galaxy A models first.
New reports confirm that top models of the 2021 Galaxy A series would first get OIS. The OIS technology allows users to take sharp, blurless shots even in movements.
‘When you’re taking a photo of the action, you want it to come out clear. The rear cameras—consisting of a telephoto camera, a wide angle camera, and ultra wide camera—on Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Z Flip have Optical Image Stabilization, also known as OIS. What this means is that even when your hands are shaking or you’re in motion, you’ll get fairly clear photos with both pan-focus wide angle shots and zoomed-in shots.’
OIS is currently available on Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, Z Flip, Note10, Note10+, S10, S10+, S10 5G, Fold, Note9, S9+, and Note8. The technology is likely to arrive on other Samsung budget-friendly smartphones in 2021, like the Galaxy Galaxy A72, Galaxy A82 and Galaxy A92.