Samsung is working on a 5x optical zoom digital camera, might debut in the Galaxy Note 10

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Samsung subsidiary Samsung Electro-Mechanics introduced nowadays that it evolved a 5x optical zoom digital camera module (by the use of ETNews ^( The corporate additionally introduced it has begun mass manufacturing of the digital camera module.

On paper, a 5x zoom module takes up more room than the 2x zoom module in the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. However, Samsung produced a 5x zoom module that’s best 5mm thick. That compares favorably to the 2x zoom module, which is 6mm thick.

Samsung's 5x optical zoom camera module. ETNews ^(

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According to the record, Samsung makes use of a periscope technique to refract mild at proper angles and horizontally organize sensors and lenses. The end result is a thinner digital camera module that includes over double the focal duration of the 2x zoom module.

If that sounds acquainted, it’s as a result of Huawei evolved a equivalent means for the 5x zoom module in the P30 Pro. The record additionally notes that Oppo — the corporate used to be first on the scene with 5x zoom cameras — provides Samsung’s module.

As for when the 5x zoom module will debut, lets see it in the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. The telephone reportedly options a quad rear digital camera setup in a vertical association, which might give it the house to function a digital camera that sits horizontally.

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