The optical image stabilization(OIS) feature is usually found in flagship smartphones from several companies, including Samsung, as the addition of OIS makes the entire camera setup expensive. Hence, it increases the price of a particular smartphone.
Optical image stabilization comes in very handy while taking photos and videos as it is meant to compensate camera shakes allowing users to capture sharp-looking images even in low-light condition. It also helps in keeping video footage stable. Addition of OIS into a mid-range smartphone will give Samsung an edge over its competitors and will also improve the overall camera quality.
Samsung offers a wide range of smartphones under its A-series portfolio. As per the recent rumours, Galaxy A81 and Galaxy A91 are expected to inherit the new OIS feature and are expected to launch later this year.
For those unaware, Samsung has recently launched its Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 smartphones that are powered by an octa-core Exynos 9611 processor and come in different RAM and storage options.
The two smartphones also feature a design similar to the recently launched Galaxy S20-series, except the curved edge screen. Apart from this, the smartphones come with the quad rear camera setup.