With advances in cameras and their algorithms, One of the sensors that is gradually becoming less lacking is the depth sensorsometimes called a ToF (Time of Flight) sensor that allowed the terminal to have a precise measurement of the distance from the subject to the camera.
This was mainly to provide an improved finish in portrait mode, which blurs the background of the photo to make it look like it was taken with a higher performance camera, although this did not always work well. Instead, today we can find situations in which even without this sensor the results are much better.
That is why Samsung, as we read in SamMobile, will get rid of this sensor to reduce the costs associated with this camera.and thus offer terminals with more competitive pricesor alternatively, increase the benefits provided by certain models, in addition to being able to improve the specifications of other cameras of the same terminal.
Some terminals of the company have already seen optical stabilization make an appearance in the mid-rangeso Samsung is definitely moving in the right direction relative to the rest of the industry when it comes to cameras.
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