Samsung Galaxy Note 8 photo

Even before the launch is done, which is planned for August 23, lot many leaks with regard to the Galaxy Note 8 there are leaks of the product already on its way. Recently, since most of the mobiles and phablets are concentrating on the camera factor, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, the division responsible for the mobile camera modules has posted a guide relating to the working of a dual camera. It is presumed that the speculation of the launch makes it feasible to be applicable to the phablet’s camera.

As per the latest leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 photos features dual-sensor camera, and this setup also enables a 3x optical zoom capability (It in actual, lines up with the earlier rumors).

Super Night Shot‘ is a feature stated in the guide. When compared between the picture taken by single camera and second camera. it depicts that there is more clarity and vividness in the picture taken by the second camera than the one taken through second camera.

A 3D Depth is another feature that seems to be important. Similar to that of iPhone 7 Plus portrait mode and the variable aperture mode on the Huawei handsets, the Galaxy Note 8 camera lets you apply selective focus and blur parts of your image to mimic the effect of a large sensor camera.

Also, brighter HDR images, background effect and Perspective View are some of the other amazing features involved in the camera.

The Dutch website ‘Galaxy Club’ also has leaked the features of the Galaxy Note 8. According to the documents the feature called “Smart Zoom” attributes to standard capture, digital zoom, and optical zoom.

Again, it is not clear whether it will be similar to OnePlus 5. OnePlus had initially announced the handset with “2x optical zoom” but it later informed that it only had 1.6x optical zoom with the remaining 0.4x zoom magnification being made up digitally via something called “SmartCapture multi frame technology”.

We as the audience and customers are more concerned about the way of depiction, since, the innovation has its stand now!