THE-TRUTH-REVEALER, 30 Mar 2019I don't know and neither should we bother. The aim of this ToF camera is for depth perception,... moreIn the first place, putting megapixels inside a ToF sensor is really insignificant to be honest. Like what you've said, it is used for depth sensing, and not to capture photos. Unless it's a RGB sensor, there isn't a need to have megapixels inside a ToF sensor. Let the primary camera sensor do its job of capturing photos, with the ToF sensor on the other hand providing depth sensing information that can aid the primary camera sensor, that'll do the job
If I'm not wrong, this not only applies to Korea, but also every other country that's getting the EXYNOS variant, like here in Singapore. Pretty sure this has something to do with the different antenna bands that are required for different regions of the world, but I digress
TapATio, 30 Mar 2019Does anyone know how many megapixels the Time-of-flight camera has? I don't know and neither should we bother. The aim of this ToF camera is for depth perception, and not to capture enhanced details. Hence, megapixels are definitely not the criteria we need to be focusing on to compare the quality of different ToF modules.
I would not be surprised if it is less than 1 megapixel too.
If I buy this phone originally from Korea, can I use it directly arround the world without unlocking it first?