Samsung Galaxy S21 can have a slightly large front camera but it will come under the screen anyway and will support the optical image stabilization feature.
The series of Samsung Galaxy S20 remains totally new but it looks like the South Korean giant has already started work on the Galaxy S21 series production. A recent report indicated that it will have a hidden front camera under the screen, a similar technology demonstrated by OPPO in 2019. And now, in a new rumor, the Galaxy S21 is said to come with an improved front camera compared to those found in the Galaxy S20 series phones. It could have a sensor with OIS. Samsung is said to be testing two prototypes for the phone - one with a half-inch and a half-inch and a half-inch sensor, but neither sensor has been identified yet.
Awaited Upgrades on Samsung Galaxy S21 camera
As a reminder, Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Plus have a 10 MP front camera with dual pixel autofocus, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra comes equipped with a 40 MP sensor with Super PD autofocus. They can record 4K videos at 60fps using the front camera. Either way, if Samsung can include a selfie camera under the display with a large sensor, OIS and dual pixel auto-focus, it should be a major upgrade across the S20 series even in terms of image quality as well.
Separately, the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 And Galaxy Fold 2 in August wouldn't be infected with the Corona-virus, according to recent reports. Industry sources claim that the Korean Herald quotes that Samsung has started preparing for launch, but there is no specific date for launch yet. But again, plans may change due to how COVID-19 will change course in the future. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 2 series are said to be already in production.