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Samsung 48MP camera sensor

Samsung 48MP camera sensor

First of all, Turn off your Samsung Galaxy J1 2016.

"Demand for ultra-small, high-resolution image sensors are growing as smartphones evolve to deliver new and more exciting camera experiences for users", said Ben Hur, Vice President of Samsung's System LSI Marketing.

Samsung plans to launch three S10 models and the company is planning to use fingerprint scanner as the only biometric authentication method on all the devices. Chinese phone makers are have also begun to push the envelope instead of simply copying everything Apple does, and we've seen some interesting new designs as a result. First and foremost, the handset will reportedly carry the Galaxy F moniker, and it is expected to sport a bendable screen that Samsung likes to call the Infinity V-display.

The South Korean giant Samsung has for several years invested in it to replace the rectangular form factor came new folding phones. It has a triple rear camera, an ultrasonic in display reader, a 5G option.

The Samsung Developer Conference takes place on November 7-8, 2018, in Moscone West, San Francisco.

The standard S10, codenamed "Beyond", features an OLED screen curved on both sides, round-shaped corners and nearly no bezel at the top and bottom, the people said. As noted by Samsung news blog SamMobile, the Galaxy J2 Core has just been approved by the FCC and certified by the WiFi Alliance ahead of what appears to be an imminent USA release. That's unlike the few devices that under-display fingerprint scanners these days, as those utilize an optical solution. In an animated video teaser we can observe a V that unfolds, which can also be interpreted as a clue that leads us to a flexible device.

According to other reports, Samsung is putting its front-facing camera under the display to be able to avoid including a notch at the top of the device.

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