A couple of years ago, Samsung "pumped up" its Galaxy A series of smartphones, endowing gadgets with low price tags with advanced features. Next year, the South Korean giant looks set to continue this strategy with a focus on cameras.
What is known
Apparently, the company is raising the bar even higher. Earlier, there were rumors that Samsung might add optical image stabilization (OIS) to some models of the series, and because before this OIS was only available for flagship devices. As a result this information has been confirmed: models such as the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A72 and even the inexpensive Galaxy A22 can boast the presence of optical stabilization.
But further - more. Resource Sammobile writes that next year all Galaxy A representatives will get cameras with OIS. And it's a bid for success: introducing this feature will further improve the competitiveness of Samsung devices in key markets, where the company faces fierce competition from its Chinese competitors .