Three sensors. I guess. One for Zoom. One Color and one Monochrome. Would be pretty interesting to see this combo. And the front camera duo would be the usual one or maybe one wide angle lens while other with DOF effects
Vivo always the try to be first. Hey, they got rid of ear jack way earlier before Apple did. And Vivo X5Max still the thinnest phone in the world. One thing I hate about Vivo though, the android version. This phone better be using 7.1.2 or it will be stupidly expensive. And from my observation Vivo never use SD8XX series in most of their so-called "flagship". It probably using SD660.
aqours, 02 Aug 2017triple cam :/ 2012 megapixel race 2016 sensor size race 2017 number of camera raceHaha you have a valid point.
With its three camera sensors on the back and two on the front, it will be one of its kind. But, with the on-screen fingerprint sensor, it will be even better, or at least for me.
but i would take xenon flash with dual camera over triple camera
3 small sensors, why not 1 big sensor? 3 cameras demand more processing power, while 1 camera needs almost no processing after the picture have been taken!
I was checking my old photos shot by my favorite Nokia Lumia 720 and few of pics are far better than my note 5 I feel Zeiss optics and Nokia optimisations are still leader in mobile photography
And still HTC with it's U11 and Samsung with Galaxy S8 have the best cameras..and each of them has only 1 camera..There is a lot to say about his..
aqours, 02 Aug 2017triple cam :/ 2012 megapixel race 2016 sensor size race 2017 number of camera raceSensor size race was by far the best of those, hope it will continue next to camera count race (pretty ok, but ugly) and megapixel race will finally die out completely.
So they already copy the Galaxy Note 8 body and iPhone 8 camera arrangement
triple cam :/
2012 megapixel race
2016 sensor size race
2017 number of camera race
Megapixel race is over, sensor size race is over, let the camera count race begin!
Next, we'll see 4 cameras, followed by 9-16 cameras on a phone, which will allow capturing ultra-mega-uber-wide area in a single picture, then they'll realise they can use arrays of 64 cameras to implement in-image HDR for ultra-wide dynamic range (small dynamic ranges in 64 areas of the image, resulting in much wider dynamic range) and...
... and then I woke up.
Front Dual camera
Rear tripel camera and
Fingerprint under the display