Samsung and Apple have been major competitors when it comes to their smartphone cameras. And in its latest set of Galaxy S21 Ultra ads, Samsung decided to play dirty. The company calls out on iPhone 12 Pro Max telling the viewers that their “phone upgrade shouldn’t be a downgrade.”
It looks like smartphone makers are competing who will launch a phone with more cameras. And according to the latest reports, we’ve reached the number of six. Some sources claim that Samsung is working on Galaxy S10 which will be a six-camera phone, with two cameras in the front and four in the back.
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.
There you are, paragliding away at 2,500ft, so you whip out your phone to take a quick selfie. Who wouldn’t, right? Well, this one unnamed paraglider thought the same. Not only did he pull out his phone, but he also put it on the end of a selfie stick. After a few seemingly successful shots, he pulls it back in and as he removes the phone from the stick, it falls and plummets to the ground. From 2,500ft.
Is this the ultimate accidental phone drop test? The paraglider is also wearing a camera on his helmet, presumably a GoPro, but from this footage, once the phone slips, it’s impossible to spot.