On April 12, the Dutch technology website LetsGoDigital recently released a set of pictures.The content is a rendering of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S22 in 2022.
A more noteworthy detail is that the Samsung mobile phone in the rendering picture cooperated with the old camera manufacturer Olympus. The huge main camera lens has a special appeal.
This set of renderings was jointly launched by LetsGoDigital and graphic designer Technizo Concept, based on speculations and rumors that may appear in the Samsung Galaxy S22 released in early 2022.
The camera module part of the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the rendering picture uses the same half-pack design as the S21 series., The main camera module is huge and has 200 million pixels. The word “Olympus Camera” also points to the cooperation between the two.
At the bottom left of the main camera is a periscope telephoto lens, and there are no traces of openings on the front screen.
Tweeted on April 7 that he had received news that Samsung is in contact with Olympus on the partnership. @heyitsyogesh mentioned that the current status and scope of the two cooperation is not yet very clear. ,
They can cooperate on the special version of the Fold model.
At present, it is very likely that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will become the first Samsung phone with an Olympus camera;
we also have the opportunity
to see it on the model code-named “H3”-that is, the Galaxy S22 Ultra that will be launched next year The embodiment of cooperation.
Domestic technology blogger @冰宇宙 also confirmed the news of Samsung’s cooperation with Olympus.
It is worth mentioning thatSamsung is currently developing a chip code-named “Olympus”, which will be the first SoC with AMD GPU,
which is expected to greatly improve the graphics performance of Exynos chips, It is worth looking forward to. By convention,Samsung Galaxy S22 also has a Snapdragon version, and Qualcomm’s next-generation processor may be named Snapdragon 895.
The cooperation between Samsung and Olympus is indeed surprising, and some netizens question whether Samsung really needs this kind of partnership.
in the mobile phone industry, cooperation, joint names or joint R&D with camera manufacturers have become common practice. Huawei and Leica have been partners for many years.
The cooperation between vivo and Zeiss has greatly improved the imaging capabilities. OnePlus has also reached a consensus with Hasselblad and is committed to Bring consumers a more futuristic photography experience.
Samsung’s choice of the established manufacturer Olympus must have been well thought out, and the combination of strong forces can achieve unexpected results.
Looking at it this way, there is one less camera brand left for mobile phone manufacturers. Will the remaining camera brands catch up with this “last train”?