The Samsung Galaxy S10 is widely expected (pun intended) to sports 3 cameras on the back, and today the Korean media reiterate this notion by optimizing the exact resolution of the sensor of its three camera set. We say play on words because the S10 is supposed to land the Holy Grail of lens technologies in a combined – a 12 main wide-angle camera, a 16MP super wide-angle camera and a 13 MP telephoto camera for at least 3x optical zoom.
Given Samsung the antecedents of the cell phone in recent years, we expected this combo to explode next year, but Samsung has another surprise, namely information on the sensor supply chain. In fact, not only will the flagship Galaxy S lineup carry a set of three cameras, but the upper midrange of the A series will do as well and these are the ones that could be announced at the earliest, in the period from December to January, as usual.
Unfortunately, Samsung would have decided to continue the megapixel race online A rather than undermine line S.
It can go up to a main camera of 32MP, adds the source, adding a second 8MP, and another sidekick of 5MP, but it is not specified whether they are telephoto lenses or wide angles of the A-series. Insiders reiterate that Samsung has decided to equip the S10 and S10 + triple cameras, while the S10 Lite with the flat rumor screen, will be satisfied with “just” two, so sad. In addition, the LG V40 will be allegedly too a set of three cameras, with two cameras facing forward, just like the upcoming A series, where one of the front sensors can reach 40 MP, against 24 MP currently.
So next year looks like the era when Penta-camera phones are coming in, more than AppleThe iPhone 2019 should also be equipped with three cameras.
In fact, Samsung says during its conference call on the results it expects triple cameras on 10% of smartphones next year, bringing “differentiated features such as optical zoom, wide-angle, and very low-light shooting“The cameramen of Huawei must be “smh” right now, since they were the pioneers of the P20 Pro earlier this year, but rest assured that they are preparing something similar for the Mate 20 Pro as well as.
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