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The Samsung leaks just keep on coming. Just over a week ago we received information about the upcoming Galaxy Note 8’s specs and release date, and now Samsung has unveiled information about the phone’s camera.

At the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai, Samsung announced more details about its ISOCELL image sensor technology that will bring dual cameras to another level.

At the event, the Korean company detailed a dual camera which included twin 13MP sensors with 1.12 micron pixels and f/2.0 aperture lenses. The sensors were optimized for low light shooting and each camera focused on a separate aspect of the image — one for color and one for black and white – to ensure you get the clearest results in whatever conditions.

Though the company never confirmed this tech would be implemented into the Galaxy Note 8 — considering how close we are to its release date, and the fact the phone is rumored to have dual cameras — it seems unlikely that it would be left out.

Another leak has shown that the Note 8 will be moving its fingerprint sensor to the back. This will disappoint some users who were hoping it would somehow be integrated into the front display, like the rumored iPhone 8. The above render looks very similar to the Galaxy S8, however the sensor is moved further away from the camera to avoid accidentally smudging it while unlocking it — one of the biggest complaints with the S8.

In other tech news, future iPhones might not have any ports at all.

  • Source: Forbes
  • Main & Featured Image: DBS DESIGNING TEAM
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