Starting to compete with the number of camera lenses again? Multiple Android flagship phones are rumored to adopt a quad-camera module
Multiple Android flagship phones rumored to adopt quad-camera modules, competing in the number of lenses
【phoneauto News】On the afternoon of July 24th, phoneauto noticed that according to information revealed by relevant digital bloggers, several smartphone manufacturers’ flagship models (such as the Huawei P60 Pro in the Huawei P60 series, the Xiaomi 13 Pro in the Xiaomi 13 series, etc., which can all be called flagship models) are now adopting quad-camera modules. A warning for the next level of imaging!
Android flagship smartphones with triple rear cameras
Currently, imaging is one of the key areas of competition among smartphone manufacturers. In the field of imaging, algorithms, hardware, and partnerships are the main means of competition for various smartphone manufacturers. However, in addition to these, there was a time when many smartphone manufacturers simply piled up the number of cameras on the body to achieve a more comprehensive imaging experience. Several years ago, there were even smartphones with five rear cameras. For example, the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, which had five rear cameras and one front camera, had a total of six cameras, which was quite astonishing in terms of quantity.
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However, in recent years, most manufacturers have abandoned the method of piling up the number of cameras. They have started to focus on improving the quality of sensors and imaging algorithms. Currently, flagship models from major Android smartphone manufacturers such as Huawei P60 Pro, OnePlus 11, OPPO Find X6 Pro, Honor Magic5 Pro, Xiaomi 13 Pro, and Meizu 20 Pro all have triple rear cameras and are not equipped with more cameras. Only a few models like the vivo X90 Pro still have quad rear cameras. Looking ahead, the number of cameras on the next generation of flagship models from manufacturers such as Huawei, OnePlus, OPPO, Honor, and Xiaomi may change.
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