Remember when it was enough to have a single camera on your phone?
Well those days are long gone, Apple kicked off the two lens trend.
[UNKNOWN] and LG added three lenses to a phone this year, Samsung is supposed to add six to the Galaxy S 10 next year.
But LG has something even more extreme, 16 lens, look at this, on a four by four configuration Wow.
What do you think?
It looks like swiss cheese on the back of your phone.
16 cameras right there, that's gotta be like at least eight times better than the iPhone.
I don't know if that's how the math works, but I mean I look at it, and I just think, how like we've always talked about how there's a lack of innovation in phone, like.
Yes Forms like, it's in this kinda square screen for a really long time.
And then, I love that all these phone makers are basically just like, you know what we could do to shake things up?
16 cameras, let's just add more and more cameras until the whole thing It's Rubix Cube where each block is just a camera.
Well Samsung did show of, well actually, is selling a phone with four camera lenses in the back.
So it's not implausible that these camera makers are just trying to add more and more lenses.
This is an interesting, it's a 4x4 grid Configuration.
It's kind of done in a circular formation, so I guess it would be better for 3D imagery.
Yeah, I wonder what each lens would be doing.
So with dual lenses, one is to capture the background and one the So, for a better bouquet effect.
I'm very curious, so, like, is this like, one is for, specifically, like, lighting, one is for, specifically, the background-
I think it's to take sort of these multi-perspective photos where you can change the angle, maybe move it around in kind of a 3D effect way.
I don't know, it's weird, it's crazy, but you know what?
In an industry that is kinda lacking in innovation, maybe 16 cameras is it.