Samsung could partner with Japanese visual aid company Olympus to create camera modules for the next generation of Galaxy smartphones, as per the report.
As pointed out by Mashable, there is no guarantee for one company or another in the turn of events, but it is said that the cameras brought by Olympus may appear on a special Galaxy Fold or flagship Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The Japanese company allegedly relocated to a South Korean technology company to offer branding and expertise in key areas for photography and video. Conversations should be in the first phase.
Tipster Yogesh wrote on Twitter that Samsung could be the next sign to enter the shopping cart with the well-known camera product of its Smartphones.
Mashable quoted a recent report from ‘Tom’s Guide France’ as saying that the insiders ‘FrontTron’ and ‘Ice Universe’ confirmed that Samsung and Olympus could work together on future smartphone camera applications. This partnership could allow Samsung to improve the camera quality of Smartphones. Due to the lack of official certification, this information cannot be verified.
As revealed by Mashable, the smartphone market has already seen various organizations working in partnership with camera manufacturers to improve the photography of their mobile phones.
Huawei has been a long-term partner with Leica, and Nokia has been using the Carl Zeiss optics and their leadership models.