Report claims that all 2022 Samsung Galaxy A devices will come with optical image stabilization

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Samsung would bring a flagship smartphone feature to its mid-range Galaxy A lineup next year. According to Korean media The Elec, the company is gearing up to roll out optical image stabilization (OIS) to all the upcoming Galaxy A devices.

OIS is usually a feature for flagship devices by allowing users to shoot high-quality images despite slight movements. It's also important for low-light scenarios and telephoto cameras, as their image results can easily get affected even by small shakes. With OIS enabled, the micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) gyroscope can detect movements and adjust the camera system, hence produced much-improved image quality.

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If it's accurate, the feature could appear on successors of the Galaxy A22Galaxy A32, and Galaxy A42. As Samsung usually launches its mid-range devices between its flagship launches, we could be seeing one after the launch of the Galaxy S22 series. The source predicts that it could be the successor of Galaxy A42 as it has the earliest debut near the end of 2020.

We're glad that more flagship features are getting used on affordable devices nowadays. Leave a comment to let us know your thoughts on this news! Stay tuned to for more smartphone updates.