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Nokia 10 rumored to come with 5- Camera Sensors and 18:9 Display

Nokia 10, rumored to be the next flagship from HMD Global to have 18:9 display and most important 5-camera sensor.

Nokia has been famous for highly advanced Camera setup, even the first one to officially announce affordable 41-megapixel smartphone the Nokia Lumia 1020. Nokia achieved several possibilities with the help of Carl Zeiss one if the leading optoelectronics manufacturers.

Now the company has been spotted with a patent application for 5-camera sensors or Penta lens on a single module which is said to be first of its kind. The entire lens system is said to occupy the rear of the Nokia flagship and can be mechanically movable according to the zoom level. Traditional Smartphone comes with Digital Zoom or Optical/Hybrid zoom levels, but the upcoming flagship from Nokia is said to feature a mechanical zoom lens in which different lens poses with different levels of Zooming level and values of focal length. The calibration is made automatically by the software which decides the rotation of camera lenses and to get the excellent level of photographs.The Smartphone will sport an 18:9 display with a dual glass panel on both front and rear. The device would be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with 6 GB of RAM.

As we say every time, not all the patented comes to the working model of the device, but if the above mentioned Penta lens configuration headed to Nokia 10 or the upcoming flagship, this will surely hit the market with different ability to get DSLR like photographs or more than that in our Smartphones.

 

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Source: Baidu | Via: Nokia Latest

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