The new Samsung Galaxy flagship dropped a teasing hint on Twitter - a short video that talks about "great vision" and a "unique view" and finishes with the silhouette of a camera module. The video itself is pretty abstract, the camera moves through a dark tunnel and there's light at the end of it.
We could debate the symbolism of that – the Galaxy S6 camera will allegedly have a 20MP sensor with optical image stabilization that should do well in low light conditions. There was even talk of RAW shooting with complete manual controls.
Anyway, it's not just the video – Samsung Mobile's Twitter account has been redubbed TheNextGalaxy and the profile pic has been changed to the camera module silhouette, right in front of the teasing curve of what's most likely the Galaxy S Edge.
The culmination of this campaign will come on March 1 in Barcelona during Samsung's Unpacked event.
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I do not agree. RAW format lets you save the full, uncompressed information output by a camera sensor. The typical JPEG file, in contrast, contains just a small portion of that information, in order to minimize file size.So with RAW you cant post pro...