While Apple, OnePlus and Huawei have already pumped up the smartphone camera game by entering in the “dual-camera” arena, other prominent manufacturers like Samsung and Google are yet to come with their first device that would feature the most talked about thing in the smartphone industry right now. And while we’re onto it, let’s talk about Samsung. There has been a lot of confusion lately as to which would be the first device, by the South Korean tech giant, to feature a pair of dual-camera shooters. While we were busy placing our bets on apparent Samsung devices to get the hardware update, the company came up with the news that it’s planning to launch a bunch of smartphones that would feature the dual-camera setup.

Recently, a bunch of photos appeared online which somewhat confirmed the fact that Samsung smartphones with dual-camera setup are actually on their way. A Weibo user has posted a couple of pictures of an unnamed Samsung device. The device could supposedly carry the model number SM-J7310 aka Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017). Both the front and back of the device is visible from the renders.

The device, which is black in color, on the front sports a physical home bottom and a selfie-snapper on the narrow bezels, and looks very much similar in design to the already launched Galaxy J7. If we take a look at it’s back, we can see a little protruded (or maybe that’s delusional) dual-camera setup, along with a dual-LED flash and the company branding, placed one below the other in a vertical manner.

While nothing can be confirmed about the device’s specifications, we can surely say that Samsung is planning to hit the sea with it’s range of new phones housing the dual-camera feature. So it would be safe to expect that the above renders might make it’s way into the market anytime soon.

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Apoorv Agarwal
He talks about technology in a non-geeky fashion such that a layman can understand. There are a lot of things which amuse him; and when he gets tired after messing around with his head, he digs his eyes into blogs and books, or just pedal around.

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