The Samsung Galaxy S20 series finally gave us a camera from the Korean brand that could compete with the best camera phones, however that’s not to say it was perfect.
One notable issue we (and many others) noticed on the high-end Galaxy s20 Ultra was the disappointing auto-focus system, which would struggle to quickly lock on to targets when you got up close. Even with a few software updates, it’s still an issue to this day.
Now, according to Sammobile, it looks like Samsung might be switching things up for its 2021 flagship which is likely to either go by Samsung Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S30.
The report says the laser autofocus system could be ditched completely. It also states that the main camera might pack a mighty impressive 150-megapixel sensor, backed up by a 64-megapixel telephoto…