First Samsung Galaxy S22 leak says Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera unlikely

Samsung Galaxy S22’s rear camera array is unlikely to have a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor, per a Korean news outlet

A ToF sensor counts the period of time it takes for a mirrored beam of sunshine to bounce again to a sensor and this helps with 3D mapping for portrait pictures and facial recognition.

The Galaxy S10 5G, Note10+, and final yr’s S20 collection had the tech, nevertheless it was neglected of the Note 20 and Galaxy S21 vary and it does not appear like it is going to be returning with the Galaxy S22.

An insider aware about the matter has mentioned that client response to camera arrays with out a ToF unit has not been dangerous and thus the corporate has determined to not equip the Galaxy S22 with it. 

Samsung seemingly thinks its flagship telephones do not want a ToF unit as a result of it does not serve a significant function for the time being. It may return when augmented actuality (AR) and digital actuality (VR) apps take off. 

That’s to not say Samsung has given up on ToF sensors. In November of final yr, the corporate launched an ISOCELL Vizion 33D ToF unit. It has a 4-tap demodulation system for exact depth measurement of fast-moving objects and Samsung additionally says that it could actually map a person’s face precisely in dim environments. For now, the corporate allegedly plans to promote it to Chinese smartphone distributors. 

Beyond the omission of the ToF camera, nearly nothing is understood in regards to the Galaxy S22 collection. It will probably be unveiled within the first quarter of 2022. 




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