MWC 2015 is only a couple of weeks away and understandably many of you guys are excited. After all the event will unveil some of the more anticipated flagship phones of 2015 like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6. Now one of the features of the Galaxy S6 is its rumored 20MP rear-facing camera with sensors developed by Samsung themselves.
Recently the company had teased the camera in its video on Twitter, and it was later followed by yet another teaser image which you can see for yourself in the image above. Previously the video showed of a clip in which we are taken through a dark tunnel before emerging into the light, which some have interpreted it to mean good low-light sensitivity.
If you were a little skeptical of those claims, then the photo above should more or less confirm it. According to the image and the tagline that reads, “Find clarity in darkness,” we can only assume that this is also referring to low-light sensitivity in which the Galaxy S6 is claiming it will be good in. Either that or we’re talking about wider apertures which should also help in low-light situations.
So far the focus really has been on the Galaxy S6’s camera. Previously a Samsung exec spoke about how he expects the Galaxy S6’s camera to be “intelligent”, although we’re not sure what he meant by that, but either way do check back with us during MWC 2015 for the details.
- Super AMOLED
- 576 PPI
- f/1.9 Aperture
- Wireless Charging
- Exynos 7420