If you believe the latest news, Samsung has begun work on the first smartphone with three cameras on the back panel. To our surprise, it's not about the flagship series, but a mid-priced smartphone belonging to the Galaxy A family (2019). This is not the end of surprises.
Huawei showed how to do it
There is no denying that for some manufacturers the set of two lenses on the rear panel is definitely not enough. The best example of this is this year's Huawei flagship – the Huawei P20 Pro, which basically has the lens in the best possible configuration – traditional in combination with a telephoto lens, and additionally comes the third with a fairly wide angle. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/824246/huawei-p20-oficjalnie-specyfikacja-ceny-opinia/ Such solution, or rather inspiration for it, so far decided only one company – LEAGOO, which in April this year showed the model LEAGOO S10. As you can see, despite the fact that the solution is very complete, however, few producers managed to tame three lenses and force the application to manage them. However, it does not change the fact that, apparently next year, the five-minute lenses with three lenses on the back panel also want to have a smartphone giant, namely Samsung .
Galaxy A series in 2019 with three cameras
According to information provided by the South Korean service The Investor, Samsung intends to use a triple camera as well as a fingerprint reader in the display on a smartphone / smartphone belonging to the Galaxy A family , before deciding to use them in the flagship series and the upcoming Galaxy S10. The hardware development team, which is working on smartphones other than the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note, has reportedly begun research to add these key features to the next Galaxy A series. It will not surprise anyone that an additional third lens in Galaxy A smartphones (2019 ) will allow you to take photographs with a wide angle , and therefore the lens will be simply wide-angle. As for the other two, nothing will change, and the additional one will be used to achieve the bokeh effect, named in the Samsung Live Focus smartphones. This solution was first used in Galaxy Note 8, and then replicated in Galaxy J7 +, Galaxy C8, Galaxy S9 +, as well as Galaxy A6 +.
This is not the end of innovation – Galaxy A (2019) with a sensor in the screen
The source site deserves to have one more, but quite important information on Galaxy A smartphones (2019) and Samsung's strategy for the coming months. Well, it may turn out that the Galaxy S10 will not be the first smartphone in the manufacturer's offer, in which a fingerprint reader will be used in the display . While the Galaxy S10 can be equipped with an ultrasonic fingerprint reader, Samsung is considering a cheaper sensor based on an optical fingerprint reader just for the Galaxy A series (2019). It is less precise, but it is cheaper, and therefore much more suitable for cheaper devices than flagships.
A new nomenclature for this
Recently, Samsung has filed new trademarks in the relevant office, both in South Korea and the European Union. These, on the other hand, suggest that the new Galaxy A series will be named Galaxy A10, Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50, Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A90. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/869890/samsung-galaxy-a10-a30-a50-a70-i-a90/ Samsung, reserving the right to five trademarks, not only indicates that names change, but also that the offer will be richer and the producer will have even more options . If we assume that the Galaxy A30 is equivalent to a device with a similar specification as the Galaxy A3 (2017), it would mean that the model will debut on the market yet even weaker – the Galaxy A10.
Where is all this going?
It is rare that Samsung develops advanced features at the same time for flagship smartphones as well as devices from the middle and lower price range, even if there are some differences in technical specifications. The more that Koreans from the moment of presentation of Galaxy Note 7, very cautious approach to innovation and use of components from new suppliers. However, as suggested by the source service, Samsung is changing its strategy to further strengthen the competitiveness of its phones from the medium and low price range. To this end, decisions were made to use more Chinese parts to save on production costs. I wonder how it all will affect the prices of Galaxy A phones … source: theinvestor