They release new phones yet still not fix FHD 60 fps shutterig on all phones.
Anonymous, 14 Jun 2017What's the possibility of 4K display? Well, okay you'll never know, so no one can be sure. But having said that, most probably no. For different reasons, 1 as I remember, Samsung never said that it has that kind of tech currently completely available (obviously for phones, definitely not for TV's) like Sony do, even from last year with the Z5 Premium. But even more than that, mostly due to battery consumption/management, etc. Plus due to what happened previously (Note 7 battery fiasco). It is already a great achievement (risky, and they definitely don't want to risk nothing) if they will make it even slightly bigger, so imagine if they will even include a 4K display (although sooner or later, they will have to work hard on the upscaling/downscaling). But as I said, despite all that, no one can be absolutely sure. But if very rarely will be, it will be a great surprise, as because most probably definitely no. (Side note, obviously I hope that I'm wrong, cos if so, I obviously will be absolutely satisfied/happy, but realistically and unfortunately, I will have to postpone that satisfaction/happiness for maybe next year or so?).
TechLover1, 14 Jun 2017The title want to mean, that it will be made entirely by Samsung, (or at least that's what it ... moresamsung fan always made fun of other device that using samsung hardware ... so i thought all samsung device using its own hardware
Anonanoymoususes, 14 Jun 2017made by samsung ? so before this not made by samsung ? i thought samsung 120% original korea ...The title want to mean, that it will be made entirely by Samsung, (or at least that's what it seems, haha).
Anonanoymoususes, 14 Jun 2017made by samsung ? so before this not made by samsung ? i thought samsung 120% original korea ...Well, generally by Sony. But on the other hand, by Samsung too, etc.
Well, if it will have a dual of 13MP, it will be the minimum, (mainly I don't mean that it will be bad, but just compared to the competition, current and upcoming. 12MP or 13MP is the absolute minimum for today's ultra high competitive standards, and of a flagship obviously even more and which flagship then, in this case...). Moving on, so it will be similar to the combination of the G6 (as MP, etc), but hopefully it will be better. Again, better not because the duo cameras of the G6 are bad, on the contrary. But just because then LG will have an upgraded dual, or at least a more software polished combo for the V30. (& there's even the current U11 in front of Samsung, although with a single one). Plus, we can't forget, that there'll be that (a single one or maybe dual? we'll see) of the Pixels 2, and considering that the current one on the Pixels is already great, so "presumably' that or those of the Pixel/s 2 will be even better than the current. What's more, there'll be those of the iPhones as well, and Nokia, etc. So in other words, a dual 13MP are the minimum to have, for today's (& eminent upcoming) extremely tough competition. So it will be much better for Samsung to work as hard as possible, in this case on the cameras. Obviously looking forward to eventually see what the final results will be? compared to the current and upcoming great cameras, etc.
made by samsung ? so before this not made by samsung ? i thought samsung 120% original korea ...
geordie81, 13 Jun 2017that's a pretty lame comment, especially for a device that isn't even out of the design stages... moreStill they didn't think of it themselves first. They refined the S-Pen, which is a good added valuable thing for people who like to make use of it. Anything else, other phones can do too.
Cutting it close - there are only 2 months left until launch. The camera making machines need to be designed, made and readied.
Aadrian, 13 Jun 2017And again they didn't come up with the innovation themselves.that's a pretty lame comment, especially for a device that isn't even out of the design stages yet! tell me which the last phone was that was genuinely considered innovative? all tech on all phones are borrowed/bought from something else patents are passed and sold every day, all companies just add a little selling point but to think of any phone as innovative in the current market is a bit petty
" The Samsung division is allegedly working on three different dual camera modules, though the purpose of that is not clear."
It's pretty clear to me. They are testing different dual-camera solutions: regular + wide, regular + telephoto and regular + B&W.
I'm willing to close my eyes on the curved screen and entertain the idea of Note8 if they use 1/2.3" sensors or larger. At this point my eyes are on HTC U11. Unfortunately it doesn't have a telephoto camera module.
Maybe LGV30, Moto Z2, Pixel XL or Essential Phone will surprise me in a good way.
I hope the implementation will be on par or greater to Asus Zenfone 3. I don't like small camera sensor such as the one found in the LG G6
Anonymous, 13 Jun 2017LG Best dual camera.I have LG V20 and camera is not the best. Wide and manual are cool, but as many said before, picture is washed out and worst than my old Huawei Mate 7. If note 8 has wide camera and 7+ sot, that would be tempting..