Samsung’s M and A series smartphones are some of the most popular in the market. In addition, the Galaxy A51 has become a worldwide bestseller in the first quarter of this year. And now, as SamMobile writes with reference to Korean sources, the company can seriously improve the cameras of several upcoming models of the Galaxy A line. They will add an optical stabilization system to them.
Most popular Samsung smartphones can get optical stabilization
Samsung is considering introducing OIS into the cameras of its Galaxy A smartphones. They will debut in the second half of the year. The company did not do this earlier due to the fact that it would increase the cost of the devices and, accordingly, would reduce earnings on its sale. Now, apparently, the situation has changed: either the cost of OIS components has decreased, or Samsung is simply ready to earn less on each smartphone in order to increase its market share. By the way, some experts believe that Samsung will have new sales problems. Samsung should strengthen its market position and increase sales.
Well, if OIS really debut in Samsung Galaxy A smartphones, then it will definitely be more attractive for the fans of cameras in smartphones. In addition, it will make the mid-range smartphones more attractive to the customers.
Recently, Strategy Analytics has announced the ranking of the most popular smartphones running the Android operating system in the first quarter of this year. The list is headed by the Samsung Galaxy A51. Its sales during January – March amounted to about 6 million units, which corresponds to approximately 2.3% of the global market.
In second place we have the Redmi 8 with a share of 1.9%. In addition, in the third spot, we have the Samsung Galaxy S20+ with a result of 1.7%. Next come the Samsung Galaxy A10s and Redmi Note 8 smartphones, each of which occupied approximately 1.6% of the market. Following them is the Samsung Galaxy A20s with a share of about 1.4%.