If everything pans out the Samsung Galaxy S5 could have a camera to be reckoned with as a new report suggests that for the first time, Samsung will apparently put a dedicated camera button on its new Galaxy flagship.
But it's not just any button, there will be an invisible sensor built into the bottom right of the phone which you simply tap to take a picture, according to SamMobile.
It's claimed to be called 'Side Touch' and removes the need to tap the screen to fire off snaps. There are some limitations though as supposedly it won't work in portrait mode or when shooting video.
The information doesn't end there, as SamMobile also kindly listed the camera modes we're likely to see on the Galaxy S5.
There will also be numerous camera effects, such as monochrome, sepia, vintage and cartoon.
Just the other day we heard from Samsung itself that the Galaxy S5 will have an improved LED flash, so if all this other information is accurate it looks like the camera is going to be a key feature of Samsung's new flagship.
- Samsung got even more serious about camera phones with the Galaxy S4 Zoom.