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See the Galaxy S8 with Dual Camera System

Η Apple brought a dual camera system to the iPhone with its release 7 iPhone Plus in September of 2016 and Samsung was expected to follow the same tactics as the Samsung S8 in the spring of this year. S8

Paradoxically, however, Samsung decided to stay in a single lens camera although the various reports claimed that the company would also adopt a dual camera configuration as well.

Recent photos confirm that Samsung actually created several S8 mobile phones with dual camera systems as well as a number of changes that were not finally included in the final model.

Specifically, the Galaxy S8 could have vertical double cameras with the flash just below the camera. The big surprise is that this version would not have a fingerprint sensor on the back so there is a good chance the sensor was embedded on the screen.

The on-screen sensor is a feature that Samsung has been planning for some time for both the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, but we will not be able to enjoy it as the company did not have the technology ready for installation.

The upcoming Galaxy Note 8, due to be released in late August, will feature a fingerprint sensor on the back just like the Galaxy S8.

On the other hand, Apple seems to be at the most advanced stage of development of the built-in fingerprint sensor on screen, with the new OLED iPhone 8 expected in September to be the model that introduces it. Samsung, however, is said to be introducing this technology to the Galaxy S9 in the spring of next year.

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