increasingly, there are more phones with dual camera and in fact we have seen as to Apple has been added to the fashion of the phones with double lens. From the Huawei P9, things have not turned out to be the same and although Samsung has resisted with his latest release, you also end up training for the ring and launched a Samsung Galaxy S8 with dual camera.
The dual chamber allows for better effects such as bokeh characteristic of DSLR cameras and up Bluboo is going to add to the fashion with a Bluboo Dual. The asian manufacturer has already leaked the first renders of the phone, and we can not avoid to remember the iPhone 7, as the phone is very similar.
Bluboo Dual: Dual camera at a good price
For the moment it is not known how exactly that will or whether the render is final but if we base ourselves in the image we can see that the phone will have a body unibody metal with the classic antennas of plastic in the form of bands. We also see a fingerprint reader on the back, next to the cameras.
According Bluboo its dual camera will have a processing technology advanced that will allow get screenshots with a 20% more light that the photos conventional. Currently, there is not an exact model of the sensor that is going to use it but it has been argued that both sensors will be Sony and probably Sony IMX328 is chosen.
Bluboo has confirmed that it will use a Sony sensor
In this case, the sensor Sony IMX328 is an Exmor R CMOS sensor with RGB matrix of 13 MP, OIS and f/2.0 aperture. It is a sensor powerful enough that is not to the height of the mobile more pointers but you can compete, easily, with many upper-middle range of the current market.
Now we just need Bluboo confirm the technical specifications from the terminal but from the look and the camera you’re going to look a lot like the iPhone 7. If anyone is looking for a similar terminal, cheap and with specs decent this Bluboo Dual might be the best bet for this type of users.
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