While Samsung was announcing the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge today, it stressed quite profoundly on its camera capabilities. After all, it's one of the many aspects of the handsets that have been improved.
At the back, we have a 16 MP sensor equipped snapper, its aperture size has been upgraded to F1.9, which should provide better light capturing, and shallower depth of field for better focus options and effects. OIS, Selective focus, HDR, and 4K video are expected to make a return, and a quick-access feature has been added – users can now double click the home button, which will bring up the camera app in just 0.7 seconds, according to Samsung.
The selfie snapper is also an impressive piece of tech – the sensor has a 5 MP resolution and also sports an F1.9 aperture size, and Samsung promises great performance in low-light conditions. You can check its prowess in the last three images right below.
Note: we have included low-res versions of the camera samples due to their large size. You can grab the full-sized samples from this link.
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge official camera samples