Samsung's revamped Galaxy A series are extremely popular across the world because of their superb bang for buck ratio - great screens, great battery life, good design, decent cameras. And judging by this latest leak, next year's Galaxy A phones will come with at least three cameras and in some cases four.
The roadmap below, shared by Sudhanshu Ambhore, details every Galaxy A phone scheduled for 2020 release and its camera configuration. There will be no less than 8 phones and 7 different main cameras - from 13MP to 108MP. Much like this year the ultrawide snappers will be a defining feature of the Galaxy A phones.
The lower-tier Galaxy A21, A31 and A41 are the only ones that lack a telephoto option and stick to a regular and an ultrawide. Meanwhile the upper-tier Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91 will have 5x telephoto options, a first for Samsung.
The Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91 will also have Samsung's new ISOCELL sensors - 64MP that will output 16MP snaps and the 108MP that promises 27MP images.
Here are some key camera specs of Samsung Galaxy A series of 2020. pic.twitter.com/c7YifHcNUX— Sudhanshu Ambhore (@Sudhanshu1414) August 15, 2019