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LG's new patent shows 16 cameras in one smartphone

LG's patent for 16 camera smartphone
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       Dual cameras has been the trend for 2018 smartphones. Even the budget phones are coming with 2 cameras nowadays. Talking about two to three till now. But now the fight between the smartphone makers has started in the camera segment. Eventually we saw the triple camera smartphone by Huawei and quadruple setup by Samsung. Even Nokia 9 leaks are giving a hint of 5 lenses' camera setup in it. But South Korea's tech company LG has planned to surpass everyone. They want to add 16 cameras behind the smartphone. Already the Patent Office of the US (USPTO) has approved the application of LG's patent applications.

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      According to a post published in Dutch blog "Letsgo Digital", LG has designed 16 cameras to install on their smartphones.  The cameras will be arranged in a matrix structure. This allows the users to take pictures from different directions. Because of multiple sensors, you can get a picture from different directions. Outside of this there will be improved face recognition technology. There will be a mirror under this camera sensor so that there will be a chance to get a selfie using the same camera.

     Such cameras can be used for special phones smartphones with the convenience of folding technology. According to an IANS report, LG can also produce a folded smartphone very soon.

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      The company has suggested to create a new smartphone as Samsung's rival. They applied for three models named Flex, Foldie and Duplex for the European Union Intellectual Property Office. They were applied in class 9 categories. That is, LG will walk in the direction of creating future smartphones in the future. New camera may be used on the new phone.

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