It is very likely that more than one question the utility of a mobile phone having a dual camera, and it is that every manufacturer who has done has captured his own idea of what a mobile with these characteristics must be in the photo section. This is something that is appreciated, as they may be some of a nearly definitive solution.
Best of all is that it is not a question of this year, and if you’re relatively veteran in Android, half mobile here I’m going to name you adivinarás. I want to take the look back a little, pleasing to the nostalgic (myself included) and newer ones showing the primitive versions of which were double Chambers.
LG Optimus 3D, the first Android to the 3D
This is, by very little, the first to bring Android screen and 3D camera. It was a mobile focused, rather than in older specifications, using the element 3D as its greatest asset to compete in a market that by then was not as difficult as now. For that time could be considered basically a mid-range.
Your hardware consisted of a processor of dual-core 1 GHz, 512 MB of RAM and 8 GB of storage. This LG Optimus 3D had a 3D display that he could see without glasses and to be providing a good experience for the time, although its autonomy enough left to be desired and their angles of view were quite poor.
But what we care about are their cameras, and given that was aimed at the 3D, the Korean terminal offered two sensors of 5 MP. In this case both sensors were working to make those photos and videos have the desired 3D effect. Apparently It did not welcome LG thought that would be and never tried anything else with this 3D.
HTC Evo 3D, the first HTC
Very little after LG, HTC introduced their HTC Evo 3D, a mobile offering in many cases a superior specifications, as a Dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon S3, 1 GB of RAM and a qHD display, although it stayed behind in storage, thus only available 4 GB.
Unlike his rival, this terminal if you had option to play 3D content through its application to rent movies (even in 3D) or to use a version of YouTube in 3D. Your camera also had two 5 MP sensors and they had the same goal of capturing images and videos in 3D.
This, together with its Korean rival, was the only one who dared to start with this 3D, as did not materialize among the public. Apparently people foot didn’t want rare things, although, of course, it was a good base of supporters and people who thought that this was the next step. Unfortunately, it did not.
HTC One M8, a camera and a half
Many rumors were generated around this One M8 HTC when it was learned that it would incorporate a second sensor, Although it was quickly discarded the turn attempt to 3D. This would be the mobile phone that had to follow the legacy marked by his predecessor, and one of their key points was the design, point which had already left One M7 the bar very high.
It was a high end with all of the law, with its Snapdragon 801, 2 GB RAM, FullHD screen and all the connectivity of those days. However, what attracted attention was its photographic section, since on top of its sensor of 4 MP with Ultrapixel technology There was another of 2.1 MP.
The difference in this case is that the secondary sensor It would not have the ability to capture images, but simply to capture the depth of objects information and incorporate it into the main sensor. In practice, it wasn’t as good as it promised and, for the second consecutive year, stayed behind in the photographic field.
LG G5, seeking to improve its predecessor
One of the strongest points of the LG G4 was, without a doubt, your camera, offering not only an excellent quality, but also a manual mode that gave enough freedom to the user. Now this LG G5 is responsible for improving this section to follow in the dome of the best mobile in motion is concerned.
So the Korean manufacturer decided to incorporate two sensors, one of which would be responsible for real to compete with others, while the second sensor, of 8 MP and wide-angle 135 degrees, is activated when we use the button on your camera interface or zooming (from one point is activated automatically).
In this case both cameras working separately, each makes a type of photo (the main the normal, whereas the secondary would photos wide-angle). The result are photos at the height of the best high-end This year, although the secondary sensor does not participate in the quality of the photos, but it offers more fun.
Huawei P9, two sensors to search for the perfect shot
Huawei, in its attempt to surprise the public, announced with fanfare that your Huawei P9 camera sensors had been certified by Leica, though this is not, for anything, highlights of this terminal which of itself is fairly complete. Huawei aims to improve a magnificent 2015 and it has decided that this is the right path.
With a high-end fledged as the Huawei P9, the Chinese manufacturer was intended to consolidate its position as strong manufacturer. And given that there is a competition to find the best camera, Huawei incorporated two 12 MP sensors and opening f/2.2, Although each of them has a function.
One of the sensors see color images, While the other is in black and white. Working together, the result is an image with greater depth of detail, but you can make black and white photos using only the secondary sensor.
Here we have made a review of five of those mobiles which have a dual camera, but are not, for anything, the only (LG V10 and its double front camera, to mention one), but I do believe that they are the most relevant. I hope you have some experience with any of these terminals, or even provide more terminals with double Chamber that are not here.