The sky above us hides so much beauty we can’t see with the naked eye. But even a consumer telescope reveals a whole new perspective. Josh Rabener recently got one, and he managed to capture Saturn and its recognizable rings. What’s particularly interesting is that he did it with his smartphone.
We’ve seen magazine covers and even feature films such as Tangerine that were shot only with a smartphone. But NBC has recently done what we haven’t seen so far. For the Monday’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the network ditched the usual format of the show and shot the entire episode using only a few of Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphones.
Flexible screens have been quite the hot topic over the last couple of years. People want ultra-thin displays that they can just fold away. And it’s not just phones that have driven this desire, either. Both the concept and proof-of-concept for flexible displays have been around for a number of years now. But it’s never really made it into a mainstream product. Until now…
Along with the new Galaxy S10, Samsung has announced the new Galaxy Fold, with a giant 7.3″ folding display. And it seems that the previously rumoured six cameras for the Galaxy S10 were actually destined for the Galaxy Fold instead.
Samsung has introduced a variable aperture in mobile photography and put a triple camera setup in a mid-range phone. The company is soon launching the next flagship model Galaxy S10, and the camera specs have just leaked. A few sources have confirmed that S10 will have a triple rear camera, so this setup is not reserved for the recently launched A7 only. Reportedly, there will also be an S10+ model which will pack five cameras in total: three on the back and two on the front.