Best iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max Will Get Major Camera Updates. The iPhone 12 was made official just a few weeks ago and we already have more information about the iPhone 13, which according to Ming-Chi Kuo should also arrive in 4 versions, with the iPhone 13 Pro receiving major improvements in the camera, which will allow photos with even more quality from the ultra-wide sensor.
The Apple analyst points out that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models should arrive with a new 6-element ultrawide sensor with f/1.8 aperture and autofocus. These numbers represent a major evolution for this sensor, since the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max have 5P element lenses with a much smaller aperture: f/2.4.
This change should allow the capture of much more light and may indicate improvements reaching other sensors as well, since Apple always seeks to maintain a quality standard among all iPhone lenses. The leaker also reports that most of the cameras of the upcoming iPhones must be supplied by Largan Precision, which is expected to be responsible for 70% of the sensors of the devices.
Speaking of other features, we still don’t know if a 120Hz display should be present on the iPhone 13 series, but considering that the iPad Air 4 debuted a fingerprint sensor on the power button, it’s very likely that the next generation of Apple phones will adopt the technology.
Now lets talk about the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Recently, it is reported that a new Samsung flagship mobile phone model SM-G998U passed NFC certification. This mobile phone is likely to be Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to be released next year.
According to Jon Prosser, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series conference is expected to be held on January 14, 2021, and the release date will be on January 29, 2021. However, according to Samsung’s past product practices, The Samsung S series flagship will be released around the beginning of the year,
but this time it seems to be announced earlier, about a month earlier than previous years. Another news comes from another leakster, According to the Leak, the phone’s camera will be updated over that of its predecessor. Like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, we will have a 108MP sensor, but this time Samsung is launching the ToF camera.
Ice Universe said that although the sensor maintains the same number of pixels, it will be ISOCELL HM3, an upgrade to the ISOCELL Bright HM1 that comes with the S20 Ultra. It is said to provide 12% more sensitivity to light, which would reveal a bit more detail and take night photos a bit faster.
The disappearance of the ToF camera will be compensated with Laser AF. Although it looks like a downgrade, it’s actually the same solution on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung’s other flagship currently available.