One sensor is missing from Samsung Galaxy A24, A34, and A54 cameras’ specifications.

According to a recent rumor from Samsung’s home country, the specifications for the cameras that would be included with the Samsung Galaxy A24, Galaxy A34, and Galaxy A54 have leaked. But the future smartphones might fall short of what customers want by one sensor. This is due to the absence of the depth sensor in Samsung’s upcoming lineup of premium affordable handsets. If the reports are correct, then yes.

WHAT CAMERA WILL BE SHIPPED WITH THE SAMSUNG GALAXY A24, A34, AND A54? Samsung’s next Galaxy A range may not suffer too much from the absence of a depth sensor. Not the least of which is that a lot of affordable devices have already stopped using that sensor. Instead, the primary cameras and a more concentrated experience become the center. Leaving aside additional gimmicky features that depth sensors frequently include.

That essentially means Samsung will prioritize the main, ultrawide, and macro lenses.

Advertisement Reports indicate that the Samsung Galaxy A24, which is the first model, would come with a 50-megapixel primary camera. If the rumors are accurate, an 8-megapixel ultrawide sensor and a 5-megapixel macro sensor will support that.

On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy A34 will continue to use those sensors for its macro and ultrawide cameras. However, it will come with a 48-megapixel main camera. In comparison to the Galaxy A24, its camera’s pixels will presumably be fewer but of higher quality. Considering that the Samsung Galaxy A24 will cost less than the other.

The Galaxy A54, the follow-up to the highly praised Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, will arrive with a layout akin to the A24. But according to the sources, it will contain a 5-megapixel ultrawide camera rather than an 8-megapixel sensor. It’s possible that the specification was typed incorrectly. Or Samsung might be adopting the aforementioned trend. Specifically, with a sensor that has fewer pixels yet a greater quality.

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