Motorola concept phone packs stereo camera

The proposed handset has two modules mounted side by side.


No, that's not a typo in the headline, and your eyes aren't playing tricks on you. This concept Motorola phone designed by Paris-based Lysandre Follet packs a stereo camera in the back. We're not talking about the standard configuration found in most camera phones, but two modules mounted side by side.

This dual-camera system would presumably be used for taking 3D images but, other than Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, nothing else was said about the phone in a post on Newlaunches. We're half-guessing, however, that Follet's inspiration came from a particular Samsung calculator model.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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