Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is thought to be Samsung's first flagship phone with a dual camera. And if the latest rumour is to be believed, it'll blow the competition out of the water.
The dual camera set-up will offer better image quality and better background defocus in portrait mode than rival dual camera smartphones. That's according to a source familiar with matters at Samsung.
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Background defocus is an arty technique also known as 'bokeh'. It makes the subject of the portrait really stand out.
Samsung is expected to use two 13-megapixel snappers on the rear of the Galaxy Note 8, one colour and one monochrome.
This should enable it to improve colours and sharpness, and reduce noise (i.e. the graininess you see on some photos, especially those taken in low light).
In a development that further stoked speculation about the phone's imaging capabilities, the company unveiled its Isocell dual camera sensor recently at a phone trade show in Shanghai.
With the Galaxy Note 8 being Samsung's next expected flagship phone, chances are it'll feature this technology.
The Galaxy Note 8, which is tipped to be the most expensive Samsung phone so far, is expected in August or September.
It's said to feature a 6.3-inch screen, an impressive 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.