Would you like to see a dual camera system on the next Google Pixel phone?
by Preslav Kateliev / Jul 10, 2017, 9:27 AM
With a lot of manufacturers looking at the tech, Samsung is rumored to feature a dual cam on its Note 8 and we got to thinking — what if the One True Android Phone, *ahem*, the Pixel features one, too? Now, don't get this poll the wrong way, we haven't heard a rumor or leak that points towards this possibility. We just got to wondering...
Would you like to see a dual camera on the next Pixel phone?
No, enough with the shenanigans.
Yes, a telephoto lens, please!
Yes, a wide-angle lens would be perfect!
Yes, an assistive lens (a-la Huawei P10) would be great!
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Ah! I'd love to see a wide-angle lens like The LG G6 on The Pixel 2… All in favor say ‘aye’… G'Day!
posted on Jul 10, 2017, 9:31 AM 1
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I hope Google makes a Tango smartphone. So that means multiple cameras (3 to be exact).
posted on Jul 10, 2017, 10:51 AM 0
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Agreed, I'd prefer to see Tango first IMO: Telephoto lens: 7 Plus/OP5's implementations are very poor. No OIS, only works if its bright, and is only about 2x lossless zoom. But I see why its popular as lossless zoom is very handy Wide-angle lens: personally I prefer panoramas as quality is far better, e.g. more dynamic range, better charity and details. But I see why it's popular as they are much quicker and won't have issues with alignment. And they are great for when there moving objects/people where panoramas not work Monochrome lens: is interesting given Google has the best computation photography team, but the Huawei/Xiamoi implementations aren't on par with the Pixel and S8's single camera I think they could great once the tech is ready, but right now the quality of Telephoto, Wide-angle and Colour+Monochrome photos are disappointing
posted on Jul 11, 2017, 3:53 AM 0
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I really want a telephoto lens as I feel it's very useful in certain situations where you need to zoom in on subjects without losing quality so that you can discern b/w the individual pieces of info in the photo. Such as in a laboratory session, with slides being displayed on a projector and you are sitting in the back of the room. You could get a clear pic of every slide and zoom in without worry. I think such use cases make the telephoto lens a great choice.
posted on Jul 10, 2017, 10:08 AM 0
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One monochrome and one RGB sensor, RGB sensor's aperture should be 2.0 and monochrome should be atleast 1.8 . Both sensor size should be 1/2.3 inch. That's my dream pixel phone's camera configure ration.
posted on Jul 10, 2017, 11:38 AM 0
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Nexus 6P and Pixel already get the best pictures with HDR+ - Dual Cameras is just another marketing gimmick that distracts from things that matter, like battery life, front facing camera quality, and Stereo Speakers should be the standard by now.
posted on Jul 10, 2017, 1:57 PM 0
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