Is Samsung Trying To Beat Sony ‘Xperia Z5’ With ‘Galaxy S7?’

Is Samsung Trying To Beat Sony ‘Xperia Z5’ With ‘Galaxy S7?’
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Sony is known for delivering best camera results with the Xperia series. A few days ago, DxOMark Mobile also called “Sony Xperia Z5” one of the best camera phones today.


With news coming in that Samsung might be adopting one of Sony’s technology for the “Galaxy S7” camera, a question arises: “After Apple, is it Sony that Samsung is competing with?”

For Galaxy S7, the rumors say that Samsung is working on a 20-megapixel ISOCELL sensor. But now the news is that Samsung may include the IMX300 sensor used in the Xperia Z5 series for the Galaxy S7 camera. Does that mean the brand will ditch the ISOCELL technology? No! Samsung may introduce this phone with different technologies in different regions. Chances are, Samsung Galaxy S7 may have a number of models where some might adapt ISOCELL technology and the IMX300 sensor separately. This is going to be the case with Snapdragon 820. The phone will be powered by Snapdragon 820, but not every country will get Galaxy S7 powered by this chipset.

Qualcomm’s most powerful Snapdragon 820 chipset is supposed to bring DSLR quality results to the pictures. All rumors make it clear that Samsung is focusing on improving its camera quality. The brand has always been seen competing with the best in the industry. Its constant struggle to leave other brands behind is the sole reason Samsung has managed to be in the news all the right reasons.

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Keep watching this space to get the latest scoop about Samsung Galaxy S7.