OnePlus will officially unveil the OnePlus 8T smartphone on October 14th. With the virtual launch event just around the corner, the OnePlus 8T camera specifications are now leaked online. According to leakster Mukul Sharma, OnePlus 8T will sport a quad-camera setup on the rear.
It will be the first non-Pro smartphone from OnePlus to come stacked with four camera sensors on the rear. The company will continue using the 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor as its primary camera. Introduced with the OnePlus 7 in May 2019, the Sony IMX586 is part of every flagship OnePus smartphone from then on.
OnePlus 8T camera specifications reveal surprising decision
The OnePlus 8T also features a 16MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP black and white camera. From the leaked images, the LED flash on the rear is accompanied by one more circular element. As of now, its purpose is not
Samsung has reportedly decided against offering an in-display selfie camera on the Galaxy S30 series.
It’s believed that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be the first Samsung device with this tech instead.
We’ve already seen the first couple of phones with an in-display selfie camera launching this year, with the ZTE Axon 20 leading the charge. The technology allows for a proper full-screen display, as the camera is hidden below the screen.
Now, Korean outlet The Elec reports that Samsung has decided against offering an in-display selfie camera on the Galaxy S30 series (aka the Galaxy S21 family). The publication reports that Samsung has suffered from low production yields of the technology.
Instead, the Galaxy S30 phones will reportedly pack a center-mounted punch-hole cutout once again, as we saw with the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and Galaxy Note 10 family. We won’t have to wait too
This is our first look at China’s Tianwen-1 spacecraft on the way to Mars. Against the black backdrop of the eternal void, but shining in the sun, Tianwen-1 has its solar panels The Martian exploration mission, which launched in July, is travelling away from the Earth and scheduled to reach the red planet in Feb. 2021 and make a controlled landing in May.
The image was released by the Chinese National Space Agency (CNSA) and the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program (CLEP) on the National Day of the People’s Republic of China. In a blog post, the team write the probe is now nearly 15 million miles from the Earth and is “in good condition.” The post details how the golden orbiter and silver landing device