Samsung’s single-camera phone that made history

In this modern and technically developed era, where nearly every premium device features three or four camera lenses for better photographic abilities, there were some single-camera devices in the past that were able to capture outstanding quality images and make history. One of these incredible devices is Samsung’s Galaxy S9 device, launched in 2018. Let’s learn more about this incredible device.

Having various lenses in a device won’t help to make the image quality better; instead, it gives us plenty of options. For example, to capture zoom images, we can use Telephoto or Periscopic sensors; for wide-angle images, there are Ultrawide sensors, and for portrait images, the device gets a primary sensor. It indicates that a single sensor isn’t enough for better-quality images, but the Galaxy S9 denies this fact. Let’s know why?

Let us tell you, the year 2018’s Galaxy S9 device is one of the Korean firm Samsung’s high-end Galaxy smartphones. The device features a 12.2-megapixel Samsung S5K2L3 image sensor, which is obviously the device’s main camera. Informatively, this image sensor has a variable focal aperture of f/1.5-f/2.4. This incredible focal aperture gives the device the ability to capture good-quality images in low ambient light.

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Additionally, had an optical image stabilization system that reduces blurring in images captured in low-light or moving conditions. It also has a phase detection autofocus system along with a dual-pixel sensor. The in-question device can record a slow-motion video at 960 fps and a normal video with a 4K resolution. Besides, the device features a front camera with an 8MP resolution and a focal aperture of f/1.7.

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The good thing is this Galaxy device has an autofocus feature, because of which it can automatically focus on the subject and delivers a clearer and sharper image. Samsung also implemented an excellent photographic section in this in-question Galaxy device, which makes it easier to capture high-quality images in a variety of situations. Other than photographic abilities, the device was so good and praise-worthy overall as well.

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Now it was only a matter of one Galaxy device, but there were a few other smartphones too (besides the Samsung Galaxy), which proved that to capture better quality images, the sheer number of camera sensors really doesn’t matter. These devices are Apple’s iPhone SE (launched in 2022), OnePlus 3T (launched in 2016), HUAWEI Mate 8 (launched in 2015), and Motorola’s Moto Z Force (launched in 2016).

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