Samsung Galaxy S21 might not include ToF sensor

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 16, 2020

There are three cameras at the back and a single snapper on the front housed in a centrally-positioned hole punch, much like the rest of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note20 lineup. One new rumour claims that the company will be looking to drop the ToF sensor for the Galaxy S21. But it looks like there will be a surprising change in the next-gen Galaxy S series handsets. The company has reportedly decided against using ToF on the Galaxy Note 20 duo and the upcoming Galaxy S21 series because it doesn't have enough use cases. It's also said that Samsung's ToF sensor isn't as powerful as the LiDAR sensor developed by Sony.

Whether Samsung is going to name its next flagship smartphone series like the Galaxy S21 or S30 is still up in the air, but rumours are already breaking out. Furthermore, compared to the solution presented by Apple in its products, Samsung's technology is still far behind.

Asserting that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Tactical Edition is the flawless device for the modern medic-warrior, Sean Sullivan, Director of Business Development, Remote Healthcare Solutions said, "By adding the Air Force Research Laboratory's Battlefield Assisted Trauma Distributed Observation Kit (BATDOKTM) software solution to the S20 TE further enhances a medic's effectiveness in the field and helps streamline a wounded operator's care- from the battlefield to the hospital". But it might still take time to arrive in smartphones. In other words, the South Korean hopes to see if the answer that the market will give to the implementation of sensors in Apple devices. Of course, all this is not confirmed.

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