The iPhone 13 will have a Samsung camera
|Just a few weeks after the release of the iPhone 12, messages about Apple's next-generation smartphones began to appear one after another. According to DigiTimes, Apple wants to work with South Korean companies in the field of periscope cameras, as it tries to improve the optical zoom characteristics of the iPhone 13. |
The source claims that the key partner of Apple should be the South Korean giant Samsung. Previously, the company has already used periscope cameras in its flagship smartphones, for example, in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, a 100x zoom was implemented, which in fact turned out to be unsuitable for real use. There are already quite a few phones with similar cameras on the market, including Huawei P40 Pro, Vivo X50 Pro+, OPPO Find X2 Pro, Huawei Mate40 Pro and so on.
Earlier it became known that the South Korean giant acquired the company Corephotonis, which developed a scaling technology for smartphones. Prior to this, the Israeli company sued Samsung and Apple for patent infringement on the technology of a telephoto lens with magnification. Now the company is owned by Samsung, so the patents belong to it. Experts believe that now Apple will have to cooperate with Samsung.
However, so far there are no reports that Apple and Samsung have signed an agreement to supply the corresponding components for the iPhone 13.
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