Samsung Galaxy F (Fold), the South Korean manufacturer’s folding smartphone, could be equipped with a triple rear camera.
With the approach of the launch of what is probably the most anticipated Samsung device of recent months, there has been a new wave of leaks and rumors from the most diverse sources and concerning the most disparate aspects of Galaxy F, from design, on the battery, passing through its marketing.
Just a few hours ago there was talk of software development for the international model and now a new report coming directly from Korea adds to the picture of new interesting information related to the photographic industry of the future Samsung Galaxy F.
Samsung Galaxy F: triple camera à la A7 (2018)
According to reports from ET News , in fact, it seems that the much talked about first folding smartphone of the South Korean giant will have a triple rear camera available. In recent months, in accordance with the new company policy, Samsung has adopted solutions with three and four photo sensors on the back of mid-range smartphones, namely the new Galaxy A7 (2018) and A9 (2018) , to test the reception from the market.
Without any appropriate assessment, the manufacturer would now be ready to bring something similar (obviously with a different level of quality) even on the most valuable models. The Galaxy S10 itself , in its various forms, should have multi-camera rear set-ups and now we learn that even the Galaxy F (old) folding smartphone should not be less.
For the moment there are no market standards for smartphones with multi-camera systems: each producer goes his own way. In the case of Samsung, on Galaxy A7 (2018) the triple camera includes a main sensor, a depth for the bokeh effect and an Ultra Wide (120 ° wide-angle lens); to these three Galaxy A9 sensors (2018) it adds a fourth telephoto for the 2x zoom without loss of quality.
According to ET News, Samsung resume solution used on Galaxy A7 (2018) and is again present on Galaxy S10 that of Galaxy F . Unfortunately, the report does not provide information about the front camera.