Samsung’s next–generation Galaxy Note 9 could come with a massive 24-megapixel camera, it has emerged, after the Korean tech giant revealed new components for future smartphones.
The larger 24-megapixel sensor would represent a huge boost compared with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8, potentially allowing for better low light performance and sharper colours.
We get to grips with the Note 8 camera for the uSwitch review.
Samsung has also revealed a new 12-megapixel sensor that is slimmer than its existing units with the same megapixel count.
It utilises Dual Pixel tech to achieve Portrait Mode depth of field images without having to rely on a second lens.
The latter’s slimmer profile means either the new Galaxy S9 or Galaxy Note 9 would not come with the unseemly lens bulge that is found on nearly all modern, high–end phones.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 has already made the news this week after it was reported by analyst Ming Chi Kuo that the company is close to solving the issue of in–screen fingerprint scanners, bringing the tech to 2018’s headline handset.
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