Samsung Galaxy Note Series might come with three different apertures on the primary camera

The leaks of the Galaxy Note Series have been all around the internet. And now, there’s one more to add to those leaks. The Samsung Galaxy Note Series might come with three different apertures on the primary camera.

Samsung started implementing these multiple apertures on the primary camera with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Series. And since then, it has continued to do so. So, you may ask what’s different this year, right? Well, till now, the primary camera was able to shift between f/1.5 and f/2.4. Usually, the camera used the f/2.4 aperture under good lighting conditions while it used the f/1.5 aperture for low-light shots. This means better shots under low-light as well as sharper images under good lighting conditions.

Samsung Galaxy Note Series might come with three different apertures on the primary camera

With the newer implementation, the Note 10 Series is supposedly going to have three different apertures – f/1.5, f/1.8 as well as f/2.4. With the f/1.5 aperture, one can get better low-light shots as more light can pass through the lens but it has a shallow depth of field. That means the images can be softer during daylight. To make them sharp, there’ll be a f/2.4 aperture which will be used during daylight for sharper images. So, what’s f/1.8 going to do? Well, it’s an option which can or let’s say will be used under medium light conditions – such as dawn or dusk. It’ll produce sharper as well brighter images.

Samsung is supposedly going to launch two devices this year – Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. But it’s still not known if this triple aperture will be available on both the devices or not. Well, everything will be clear as soon as the device is launched on August 7.

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Shivang Joshi, or probably better known as theimagefreak is a content creator. He loves Product Photography and sharing his views about the latest tech products through Blogs. He also tests products for brands and provide feeback for improvements before they hit the market.

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