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You might soon get to see dual-rear camera setups on Samsung phones

HTC’s experiment with a dual rear camera setup on the M8 might not have proven as (commercially) beneficial to the company as its bossed may have expected, but the experiment opened doors to an all new arrangement of imaging sensors which was later adopted by many other companies. Quite a few phones ship with dual rear cameras, but to say that they can’t be done without would be going too far ahead of ourselves.

Samsung has been rather innovative in the recent years, especially with its edge screens. From what we’re hearing, Samsung, along with arch-rivals Apple might soon ship phones with dual rear cameras — that is, if the their tests which are said to be underway bear fruit.

Dual rear cameras allow for a new degree of sensing to be introduced to imaging. HTC, for example, used the second camera to calculate depth which allowed for a myriad of customization features on the M8, especially ones which dealt with depth-of-field.

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isroisro
isroisro

Yeah apple doesnt have anything over samsung – gorgous interface, ecosystem that works perfectly, absolutely no lag, quality build, customer support (dont even mention the note thing), surprisingly better battery as well etc. Indeed absolutely nothing.

isroisro
isroisro

*gorgeous

eHoolie
eHoolie

LOL…Go spread your iCrap somewhere else. My wife and two daughters have iPhones and they always flock to my Note 3, since their phones are slow and eat up battery faster than mine. iPhones have plenty of lag, ive seen it for myself. iTunes and build quality are good though.

Sizzleboom
Sizzleboom

I can understand this from a marketing viewpoint–this way, Apple doesn’t “have something over” Samsung, next year. But to be honest, dual cameras don’t interest me one bit. The camera improvement on the Note 4 and S6 are what really excite me. I couldn’t care less about dual cameras. In fact, they look kinda dodgy on the back of your phone.