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If you have noticed Samsung's commitments for upcoming year, it will turn out to be a hectic year for the company folks. Couple of months ago, Samsung has already announced to release the device with UHD display next year.
Now according to the reports online, the South Korean mobile phone maker Samsung is also said o be preparing themselves to launch smartphones with better camera.
The maker of the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear has reportedly announced one of the first steps it has made in this direction. It has already been binging its Digital Imaging Business Division and Wireless Business Division into one place.
The move will allow the company to use the expertise of its wireless division in its upcoming handsets. The company would put its focus more on developing better imaging capabilities of its smartphones.
Reportedly, the company said, "We will transplant the brand, sales networks, software competency and manufacturing competitiveness of the Wireless Business Division into the Camera Business Division, and integrate the technical know-how of the two business divisions into competency for differentiating our smartphones."
Samsung already has smartphones with premium cameras like the Galaxy S4 Zoom, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3. However, it must have been touched by Nokia's 41MP camera featuring Lumia 1020 or the Sony Xperia Z1 which comes with 20MP camera. Thus in the upcoming year Samsung fans can expect a monster smartphones from the company with improved cameras.
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