Dual camera is the new name of the game and Samsung isn’t about to back down from a fight. It’s expected that the new Galaxy Note 8 will feature dual cameras on the back, making it the first for Samsung devices.
The Galaxy Note 8’s rear cameras will be composed of optical and telephoto lenses that each has a 12MP and 13MP sensors, respectively. Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) will be integrated into the cameras along with 2x optical zoom.
The cameras will be able to take quality images even under low-light conditions without artificial enhancements from filters and photo editors. According to a representative of Samsung, the company believes that the market for dual cameras has blossomed on full-scale.
The Galaxy Note 8 is only the first of Samsung’s salvo to launch dual cameras. Future Galaxy devices, such as the A series, is expected to get this feature in the future as well. While Samsung is far from the first phone maker brand to release a dual camera phone, the representative stated that the company has shifted its strategies from racing to be the first to release state-of-the-art specifications to raising a degree of completion of technologies.
Phones with dual cameras are normally 1.5 times more expensive than devices with a single snapper. The midrange segment is currently as hotbed for smartphone industries as the competition gets tougher. Dual cameras are believed to be big game-changing elements as consumers continue to use their phone’s camera features. Dual cameras will also affect the way how virtual reality and augmented reality technologies are developed in the future.
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