- Samsung could reportedly ditch the depth sensor from some Galaxy A series phones
- The affected phones would therefore be left with a triple rear camera setup.
- It’s believed that the Galaxy A24, A34, and A54 would be affected by the decision.
Samsung has offered quad-camera setups on its Galaxy A series phones for a while now, usually consisting of a primary camera, ultrawide shooter, macro camera, and depth sensor. Now, a Korean news outlet reports that Samsung might cut a rear camera from some Galaxy A series phones.
The Elec reports that Samsung plans to remove the depth camera from the Galaxy A24, Galaxy A34, and Galaxy A54 smartphones. These phones are tipped to keep their primary, ultrawide, and macro lenses.