Technology-Portfolio.net - Samsung has just patented a technology that features a configuration of six camera lenses.
Not only that, each camera lens sensor that is believed to be embedded in the Samsung Galaxy S30, can move and tilt separately.
This capability is based on a patent entitled "Apparatus and methods for operating multiple cameras for digital photography".
Based on the rendering design made by LetsGoDigital, there are five wide-angle lenses and one telephoto paired with an LED flash.
But it is not the number of Galaxy S30 lenses that are of concern, but the ability of the mobile camera sensor to move / tilt.
Can Focus in Different Directions
This means that each camera on the Galaxy S30 can look in a different direction from the others, or where the user directs the focus of his smartphone.
Not only that, the camera capability on the Galaxy S30 is also predicted to have a number of improvements in various ways compared to the Galaxy S series that are already on the market today.
Some believe, the lens of the Galaxy S30 camera will have a higher focal length, the ability to take low light photos better, HDR is more enhanced, and the ability to add bokeh effects to panoramic photos.
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