The eye-catching (and growing) trend to integrate more cameras in the mobile

The eye-catching (and growing) trend to integrate more cameras in the mobileAlthough users who are not very interested in the photograph are wondering if you actually need a mobile with more than one or two cameras, devices which amplify the possibilities of the image constitute a claim in times of Instagram. In the market has normalized and widespread, however, the striking tendency of integrating more cameras back in the smartphones, as reflected in the numerous models with three and four (and some with up to five).In 2018, Huawei surprised everyone with its bid for the triple camera with the P20 Pro. The system, designed in collaboration with Leica, used the artificial intelligence, and it had a sensor, light fusion of 40 megapixels to take care of the brightness and definition, a lens monochrome 20 mp for the depth and a zoom-in hybrid 5x.In the land of the mid-range, also in 2018, Samsung applied the above-mentioned innovation in the Galaxy A7, defined by a camera’s 24-megapixel camera, a wide-angle 5-megapixel camera and other ultra wide-angle 8 MP.That year they came to the Oppo R17 Pro, the LG V40, the Huawei Mate 20 and their Pro versions and X. This 2019 has been the turn of the Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi 9, Mi 9T, the Samsung Galaxy A50 or the iPhone 11 Pro, contribution Apple made to wait until September.Samsung opened the way for the four cameras in the rear with the Galaxy A9 (2018). The company designed a smartphone with a main camera of 24 mp and a lens that is F1.7, a depth of 5 megapixels lens and F2.2, a telephoto lens, 10 mp and a lens that is F2.4, and an ultra wide-angle lens of 8 mp and a lens that is F2.4. A line that the south koreans have continued with the Galaxy Note 10+.In this framework appear as the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro (with quad camera 64 mp with ultra high resolution), and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T (48 mp) and include the Huawei P30 Pro, the Motorola One Zoom and the Honor 20 Pro.The official presentation and the launch yesterday of the Realme 5, focused on the range of the entry and preceded by the appearance in October of the models Realme 5 Pro, Realme X2 and Realme X2 Pro, corroborates the above-mentioned trend.Nokia called attention some months ago with the ambitious launch of the Nokia 9 PureView, the first smartphone with five cameras in the rear. All of them, developed with optics Zeiss, 12-megapixel camera, two with a getter RGB, and three with a monochrome sensor.

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