Samsung isn’t one to skimp on its mobile offerings and it has become more evident with its line of flagship devices such as the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note series. The South Korean tech giant has been at it to stand against its long-time adversary, Apple, with both companies refusing to let down and give in as they vie for the best smartphone each year. Now, according to new reports, the upcoming Galaxy Note 6 and the Galaxy S8 will feature killer cameras that can give Apple a run for its money.

According to reports, the South Korean tech giant’s upcoming CMOS sensor will come with an f/1.4 aperture on a 1/1.7-inch sensor that comes with a rating of 18MP to 24MP. In perspective, the Samsung Galaxy S7 can go toe to toe against its rivals that feature a 12MP camera module. The company has been working towards wider apertures, and its new sensor size is getting close to Nokia’s highly praised Lumia 1020.

The camera is also set to bring more light into the sensor, thus making it capable of delivering photographs with better dynamic range, sharper details, and lesser noise. Even taking photos in dim lighting conditions can be expected to get better. However, the only problem that the setup will bring is that the camera module will become much bigger, so you can expect it to adopt Apple’s protruding camera on the latest generation of iPhones.

Samsung has been equipping its flagship smartphones with great photography capabilities, which are quite evident in devices such as the Galaxy Note 4, the Galaxy S6, and the Galaxy S7. All three smartphones easily delivered high quality and vibrant images that can even match up the products of a point-and-shoot camera. You could just imagine what the company is about to bring when the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 hits the market soon.