We are increasingly looking at the cameras included in the new smartphones. By now, a mid-range smartphone is already able to provide you with a fluid experience, so potential buyers' attention is beginning to focus on other things, notably the quality of the photos that a smartphone will be able to deliver to you.
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In this field, Samsung has smartphones with some of the best cameras on the market, making them very appealing for photography lovers. But there is always where to improve, and in that sense, the South Korean giant will want to further improve its cameras.
In March 2016, Samsung filed a new patent for a new dual-camera that will improve the quality of moving images. Discovered very close to the end of last year, it is then known that this new module will incorporate two lenses, one of them being a wide angle to capture a larger image and the other will be a telephoto lens that will follow the moving object.
To better understand how this new duo works, I will give you a simple example: imagine that you go on the street and you come across a skater demonstrating your technique with excellent stunts and want to photograph this moment for future recollection. In this case, the wide-angle lens will be responsible for capturing the entire frame you encounter and telephoto will be responsible for capturing the motion of the camera. skater with the same quality as a still image.
The same joint operation of these two lenses also wants to be employed in video recording, so trying to empower this new module with an image capture quality that simply does not exist in the current offering.
Filing a patent does not imply that this new technology will actually be employed in a new branded product, but this can also be done. For a long time it was considered that the new Samsung Galaxy S8 could come with a dual camera and, if so, this could be Samsung's asset. However, these rumors have been dismissed, albeit not categorically, and this new technology could make its debut only on the new Galaxy Note 8, which will arrive later this summer.
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