Seoul: Samsung’s next badge phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 4 likely to feature a high end 20 mega-pixel camera report claims.
The new report came from ET news which claims that the next generation Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be featuring a 20 mega-pixel camera.
ET News reports that it isn’t due to be released until the latter half of 2014, so we’re not going to see it sat behind the Samsung Galaxy S5. Current rumours suggest that the S5 will come with only 16MP.
Both the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 sport a 13MP camera, and when compared to the likes of the 20.7MP Sony Xperia Z1 and 41MP Nokia Lumia 1020, Samsung is still some way off key competition.
There’s a chance that this camera may worm its way into the Galaxy S6 in early 2015 and potentially even a Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom midway though 2014 – the Galaxy S4 Zoom does, after all, already have a 16MP camera.
Other manufacturers are pushing camera tech in new ways, with the HTC One’s UltraPixels and LG G2’s OIS system, and we’re still waiting for Samsung to offering up something new.