It would appear that the camera on the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones will be a major selling point for Samsung.
According to a recent report by Sammobile, the Samsung Galaxy S6 camera will be a 20 megapixel camera that Samsung has developed in house.
This ties in with the previous rumors we have heard about the camera, and it will be capable of taking photos in a 20MP (5952×3348), 15MP (4464×3348), 11MP (3344×3344), 8MP (3264×2448), 6MP (3264×1836) and 2.4MP (2048×1152) resolution.
The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S6 is said to come with a Pro mode, and Samsung is apparently using the API’s that launched with Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The front facing camera will apparently be the same camera found in Samsung’s Galaxy A series and it will feature 5 megapixels.
Samsung will also make a number of changes to their camera software for the Galaxy S6, which will apparently include a new design for the gallery app.
Samsung are holding their Samsung Unpacked 2015 press event on Sunday the 1st of March at Mobile World Congress.
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