Now according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there is lots of expectation that Apple is in the path of developing a new dual-camera system in the iPhone 7 Plus.
Since the tech giant Apple already acquired the technology from the LinX Imaging. As we know LinX Imaging is the same company which always works on multi-aperture camera systems for the DSLR manufacturer. So there is 100 percent certainty that it will sport a dual-camera for its upcoming flagship smartphones which will be based on DSLR technology.
Such latest camera technology will definitely beneficial for the users as they get impressive image quality similar to DSLR and also they get rid of hump- the raised portion on the rear side of the upcoming device.
The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also added that the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus will sport 12MP sensors, where the one camera one camera will exclusive for a wide-angle view while the other will come with a 2-3x telephoto lens.
Hence the combination of capabilities of both cameras will definitely offer magnificent results in the resolution, zoom, and depth of field as well as improved performance in low light conditions.
Since the exact date of launching of iPhone 7 Plus is not known yet. But we hope it will be coming soon so that the users will feel experience of DSLR images with their device iPhone 7 Plus.
Here are few rumors on what kind of camera tech we can expect in the iPhone 7 Plus (Apple usually introduces camera improvements in their “Plus” versions):
iPhone 7 plus likely to have dual-lens camera based on LinX technology:
“The rumored iPhone 7 Plus model with a dual-lens camera system would take advantage of imaging algorithms that Apple acquired through its purchase of Israeli camera technology company LinX Imaging last year.”
Dual camera iPhone 7 plus could offer ‘DSLR-like’ quality, 3D depth mapping:
“LinX’s multi-aperture cameras pack impressive image quality in a smaller size than single aperture cameras, meaning the iPhone 7 Plus may lack a protruding camera lens and be able to take SLR-quality photos — think Canon or Nikon. The camera modules are also capable of very interesting technology called 3D depth mapping and more.”
Apple invention uses spherically curved photosensor for smaller, better iPhone camera:
“In some embodiments Apple describes a photosensor that is spherically curved to receive incoming light, refracted through specially crafted lenses, onto a concave surface. An apt analogy would be a bowl filled with water; the bowl represents a spherically curved image sensor and the water a fitted lens system.”
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