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Apple iPhone with triple rear cameras might be launched in 2019: Report

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 9, 2018, 1:33 pm IST
Updated May 9, 2018, 1:49 pm IST
The Cupertino-based tech giant might launch at least one iPhone model with a triple camera lens.
The successor to the latest iPhone X is said to come with the label 'iPhone X Plus.' (Photo: iDrop News)
 The successor to the latest iPhone X is said to come with the label 'iPhone X Plus.' (Photo: iDrop News)

While the craze for iPhone X has still not faded, rumours and leaks of Apple's 2018 iPhone models have already started doing rounds. In a bid to take on Huawei's latest flagship — P20 Pro, the Cupertino-based tech giant might launch at least one iPhone model with a triple camera setup in the second half of next year.

Citing a research note from Yuanta Securities analyst Jeff Pu, the Taipei Times asserted that Apple might release an iPhone with triple rear camera setup in 2019. The successor to the latest iPhone X is said to come with the label 'iPhone X Plus.'

 

The report does not reveal any additional information regarding the next iPhone models yet. However, a Chinese report from the Economic Daily News last month indicated that the upcoming iPhone could sport a 6P lens design along with one 12MP primary sensor with 5x zoom capability. The third lens is said to sport a 3x optical zoom to users within the viewfinder.

Huawei is the first company to start the trend of a triple-lens rear camera system with its latest P20 Pro smartphone. The setup features a 40MP primary RGB sensor, a 20MP monochrome sensor and an 8MP telephoto sensor. The camera has a light sensitivity up to ISO 102400 and alongside the 3X optical zoom, it offers 5x hybrid zoom for long-range photography and 960fps slow-motion videos in HD (720p) resolution. Up front, there is a 24MP front camera.

 

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