Even if we have been waiting for quite some time for the Galaxy S21, we know all there is to know about it from the internet. There is a rumor saying that Samsung will come with a selfie camera with OIS. Another one states that it will come accompanied by an AMD GPU. We have learned more about the Galaxy S21's rear cameras. What will Galaxy S21 Ultra bring us in terms of the camera? The upcoming device from Samsung will have a Penta-camera array. There will be a 150MP sensor, with a 64MP telephoto lens, a 12MP macro lens, a 16MP wide-angle lens, and, of course, a ToF sensor that will help with depth measurement. Right now, Samsung is testing two prototypes of the camera array \u2013 one that has the OIS on the primary sensor, the telephoto, and wide-angle lens together, and one in which it moves the wide-angle lens' OIS capacity to the selfie camera. Some time ago, Samsung announced that they would work on high-resolution sensors, as high as it can get with 600MP, so a 150MP might seem a bit disappointed at first. With this device, they will also add Laser Autofocus, which, as we have all seen, has been missing from the Samsung flagship devices for quite the time. Of course, all of these are only rumors, so we need to take them with a pinch of salt. Perhaps Samsung is working at manufacturing a better camera as we speak, so we need to wait until we get an official statement from the company. The\u00a0Galaxy S20 Ultra has failed, as we all know it, which means that Samsung has to be better this time, so it has to go harder on its game. We need a redesigned camera array, and maybe this one\u00a0would not crack anymore. We also need AMD's Radeon GPU, which might be enough to regain our trust and the market's trust again. Up until we find out more about this device, let us not forget that Samsung brought us other surprises, such as Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 2, which will surely keep us entertained while we are waiting to see how this new device from the tech-giant will live its days on the market.