Samsung teases the Galaxy S6 camera in a 17-second video

BY Rajesh Pandey

Published 13 Feb 2015

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Samsung has just posted a 17-second long video on Twitter teasing the launch of the “next Galaxy” smartphone.

The video obviously talks about the Galaxy S6, which is scheduled to be unveiled by the Korean giant on 1st March at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The video teases that a “great vision” and a “unique view” is what inspires the “next Galaxy” smartphone from the company, and ends with a sketch of the camera lens of the handset. Samsung is clearly hinting that the Galaxy S6 camera will be an exceptional performer.

It was only a couple of days ago that the company teased about “amazing camera” on the Galaxy S6 through its Samsung Tomorrow blog. A report from the same day indicated that Samsung will be using a 20MP sensor with OIS on its upcoming flagship.

Samsung has always pushed the bar in terms of camera performance through its flagship devices, though they have always performed poorly in low-light conditions and overall camera experience because of their slow camera app. Here’s hoping that Samsung has actually fixed these issues on the Galaxy S6 instead of just bumping the resolution to a higher number, which will hardly do anything in improving the image quality.

[Via @SamsungMobile]