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Samsung Said To Be Readying Dual-Lens Camera Smartphone

One of the few aspects of Samsung left relatively unimproved with their latest flagship was the camera. Unlike rivals Google, LG, Huawei and Apple – the Galaxy S8 didn’t feature any sort of cutting edge camera tech like Leica-made lenses or a rudimentary form of manual-zoom.

However, Samsung might be set to break from that precedent with reports that the company’s Galaxy C10 will feature a dual camera.

This latest info comes courtesy of leaks from Chinese social media network Weibo (via Trusted Reviews), where the below image first surfaced.

Although the Samsung Galaxy S8 didn’t have a dual-lens camera, that didn’t stop David Richards from praising that aspect of the phone. In his review, he said that the S8’s camera “seriously delivers both from a sharpness and contrast prospective.

Expect more information to follow when the C10 gets an official reveal. It’s unknown at this time when that’ll happen, or even if the handset will make it to Australia.

However, the move to a dual-camera featureset bodes by Samsung here bodes well for those holding out for the Note 8.

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