Smartphone cameras are officially out of control. Not too long ago, the prospect of a handset with a dual-lens camera seemed ridiculous. Then, Apple introduced the iPhone 7 Plus in 2016, and everything changed.
Google Pixel 3Today, triple-camera phones are becoming more common — LG’s V40 ThinQ has three rear cameras, as do Huawei’s recent flagship devices, including the new Mate 20 Pro. And it doesn’t look as if phone makers will stop there. Samsung has introduced a four-lens module with its midrange Galaxy A9, and leaked images of the Nokia 9 purporting to show a spider-like five-sensor arrangement.
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