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Smartphones have evolved over the years in terms of imaging technology. Today there are smartphones which can challenge the likes of professional cameras, thanks to varying lenses, betters ISPs and technology.
From single to dual, smartphones are now racing towards mainstream three cameras.
The second lens became a proprietary feature in smartphones a couple of years back, and now it’s about a third lens. Companies and OEMs are jumping into the slowly growing trend of triple cameras.
Today, we are getting into it to find out whether smartphones actually need an extra third sensor.

Here are some of the best triple camera phones to check out if you're interested in taking peerless pictures with your smartphone. Triple cameras are markedly better at detecting depth of field (for 3D photographs), taking wide-angle shots, giving a better HDR experience, zooming more powerfully and shooting in low-light – so you have the advantage of DSLR-like images without the hassle of a clunky machine. Ahead, the best triple camera phones you can get to up your mobile photography game.

1. Best Triple camera phones that you can buy
These are the triple camera phones currently available in the market. Needless to say, this trend is going to continue fervently over the coming years and even the chipset companies are designing their new processors to include multiple camera modules. We will keep updating the list as relevant phones surface in the future.

2. Do Smartphones Need Three Cameras?
There are smartphones which offer excellent results even with a single sensor. While some do the job quite well with two cameras. So why we need a third or even a fourth sensor? Pixel smartphones still come with a single sensor and depend on post-processing for better photographs.

Are the additional sensor is more of a gimmick?

Not actually. More sensors offer a smartphone to utilize more possibilities.

Again, extra sensors don’t guarantee good pictures, if the post-processing technology is trash.

With an additional sensor, a smartphone can use pixel binning to improve low-light performance with high-resolution sensors.

Cameras can benefit from a switchable aperture. Aperture determines how much light will reach the sensor. More light helps to reduce noise and produce brighter pictures in the dark. While most of the second lens works as a telephoto sensor, helping to produce higher resolution pictures when cropped.
Some companies use the second lens as a monochrome sensor, ideal for pixel binning to improve photography performance in low light.

3. So, More Sensors Help Improve Photography?
Nope. If the post-processing and software are not worth it, additional sensors won’t help. Take the example of Google Pixel devices or iPhone XR. These are some great single-lens smartphones depending upon software for better pictures.

There is software which uses image combining techniques to produce high-quality pictures.

Finally, the purpose of an additional lens came into existence for lossless zooming, wide-angle shots and portraits with added bokeh. From 2X to 3X to 5X to 10X zooming technology now from Oppo, there are smartphones which justify the use of an additional lens.

Let’s check out some of the best three camera smartphones available in the market.

4. Top Smartphones With Rear Triple Cameras | Best Triple Camera Smartphones
There are triple camera smartphones starting at as low as Rs 14,999 to some high-end flagships ranging over half a lakh in the country.

5. LG V40 ThinQ
Fun2Ind.com : LG V40 ThinQ

LG has also included a triple camera in its recent flagship device LG V40 ThinQ. Coming to the triple camera setup, the Primary rear camera is an f/1.5 aperture 12-megapixel sensor with 1.4μm size pixels that are 40 percent larger than the camera sensor used on G7.

The second one is a Super-wide-angle f/1.9 aperture 16MP camera with 107-degree view field, and the third one is a 12MP f/2.4 aperture telephoto/portrait camera, which just adds depth to the pictures and helps give 2x zoom to the images.

LG has also customized its software to make the best use of the troika of rear cameras. They have introduced a new “triple preview” feature which will show you a live preview from all three cameras at the same time, allowing you to quickly pick the right one for the shot you’re trying to capture without having to switch between them.

6. Samsung Galaxy M30
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Starting with the newly launched Samsung Galaxy M30, it’s the cheapest triple camera smartphone currently available in the country starting at just Rs 14,990 for the base variant. The smartphone features a rear triple camera system comprising of a 13MP primary camera, 5MP secondary ultra-wide sensor, and a third 5MP depth sensor.

Up front, Galaxy M30 features a larger 16MP camera with rear videography at 1080p recording at 30FPS.

7. Honor Magic 2
Fun2Ind.com : Honor Magic 2

Honor tried hitting two birds with one shot by creating a phone with a pure display by employing slider design and the second one being a triple rear camera module to enhance the photography experience. This Honor Magic 2 packs a triple camera on the back consisting of a 16 MP f/1.8 aperture PDAF primary sensor, a 16 MP, f/2.2 aperture wide-angle lens and a 24 MP f/1.8 aperture Monochrome lens.

On the front as well, Honor has included a 16MP f/2.0 aperture selfie camera bolstered with two depth sensors of 2MP each. It sports a Full HD+ AMOLED display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio. This display also houses an in-display fingerprint sensor beneath it.

8. Samsung Galaxy A50
Fun2Ind.com : Samsung Galaxy A50

Up next on the list we have another latest launch from Samsung, the Galaxy A50. The next three camera smartphone on the list is Samsung Galaxy A50 starting at Rs 19,990. The smartphone comes with three rear-cameras featuring a 25-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture, secondary 5-megapixel with f/2.2 aperture and third 8-megapixel with f/2.2 aperture.

The smartphone comes with Samsung’s Bixby AI vision with a 25-megapixel selfie camera upfront with f/2.0 aperture.

9. Huawei P20 Pro
Fun2Ind.com : Huawei P20 Pro

The smartphone made its debut in the country a year back with triple cameras. Huawei P20 Pro features a 20MP monochrome lens with f/1.6 aperture, a secondary 40MP RGB sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a final third 8MP sensor with f/2.4 aperture offering Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) with 3X Zoom. Huawei created special software to offer a combined feed with the three sensors.

It features a 4 way AF (Laser, Phase Detection, Contrast, AF) to create pictures depending on the color temperature sensor.

10. Xiaomi Mi 9
Fun2Ind.com : Xiaomi Mi 9

Mi 9 is the flagship smartphone from Xiaomi which comes with a rear triple-camera setup. The company is yet to make its India debut. Though, you can order on any international site from China and with additional excise charges. Mi 9 features the main 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor, secondary 12MP 2x telephoto lens and a third 16MP super-wide-angle lens with a 117-degree field of view.

Xiaomi Mi 9 also features an autofocus system offering a mix of PDAF, laser, and contrast detection.

11. Samsung Galaxy A7
Fun2Ind.com : Samsung Galaxy A7(2018)

Samsung seems will probably cover half of the list with its wide range of three camera smartphones. Samsung A7 (2018) was the first triple camera smartphone from Samsung. Samsung Galaxy A7 includes a primary 24MP sensor (f/1.7, PDAF) offering pixel binning, a 5MP sensor for depth sensing and a third 8MP sensor (f/2.4, 13mm) for wide angle shots.

Samsung Galaxy A7 comes with ‘scene optimizer’ integrated into the camera app to help in recognizing scenes and adjust camera settings according to situations.

12. Oppo R17 Pro
Fun2Ind.com : Oppo R17 Pro

Oppo launched its tri-lensed R17 Pro in the country a few months back, the same smartphone which inspired OnePlus 6T with the latest design. Oppo R17 Pro comes with a triple-camera system at the back comprising of a 12MP sensor having a variable aperture f/1.5 to f/2.4 aperture, a secondary 20MP sensor with an f/2.6 aperture and a third TOF 3D lens.

The TOF Time of Flight 3D lens helps you to capture depth using IR laser creating 3D photos.

13. Samsung Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus
Fun2Ind.com : Samsung Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus

The newly launched Galaxy S10 smartphones, both Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus feature a rear triple camera system with variable aperture technology. Galaxy S10 comprises of a triple-lens camera on back featuring a 12-megapixel regular lens, 12-megapixel optically zoomed telephoto lens and a new addition with the third 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens.

Both the Galaxy S10 smartphones can capture some great shots in both well-lit and low lighting conditions.

14. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Fun2Ind.com : Huawei Mate 20 Pro

The recently launched Huawei Mate 20 Pro is one of best premium flagships available in the country at just Rs 69,990. The smartphone comes with a rear triple camera system powered by Leica optics. Huawei Mate 20 Pro also the first Android smartphone in the world to come with an SoC built on a 7nm process, the in-house Kirin 980 chipset from Huawei.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro features a primary 40MP primary sensor, 8MP secondary sensor and a third 20MP ultra wide-angle.

While the last few days of the year gone by were spent looking back, it’s now time to look what lies ahead. The year 2019 is expected to see new launches, innovations and features in the smartphone industry. What aces do the likes of Apple, Samsung, OnePlus others have up their sleeve? Here we look at 15 of the most-awaited smartphones that are expected to land in 2019:

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019
15 smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Google, Xiaomi and others to watch out for 2019

​New Apple iPhones

What to expect: Very little is known about the new iPhones as very few leaks have appeared and Apple will only talk about it on the day they are launched.
Expected launch date: September

​Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

What to expect: The key highlight is expected to be improved display and Samsung’s own UI.
Expected launch date: The Galaxy S10 Plus will arrive just before the Mobile World Congress in February.

​Samsung Galaxy Note 10

What to expect: The phablet from Samsung may get a better display and bring innovations to the S Pen
Expected launch date: August

​Google Pixel 4

What to expect: Unparalleled camera experience but apart from that little is known about this year’s Pixel smartphones
Expected launch date: October

​Nokia 9

What to expect: Nokia 9 is rumoured to come equipped with as many five cameras at the back.
Expected launch date: Nokia 9 mayl see the light of the day sometime in March.

OnePlus 7

What to expect:Very little is known about the next OnePlus smartphone as of now. Expected date: May/June

​Samsung Galaxy X

What to expect: The first foldable phone from smartphone to have an innovative display
Expected launch date: May

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

An upgrade of one of Xiaomi’s most powerful smartphone with better display and camera.
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​Huawei P30 Pro

What to expect: Last year, Huawei created a stir by putting three cameras on the back of P 20 Pro. Expect more innovations in the camera
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019

​OnePlus 5G phone:

What to expect: One of the first handset to support 5G technology. It’s still not known whether this will come first or the OnePlus 7.
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

​Google Pixel Lite

What to expect: An affordable ‘liter’ version of the Pixel 3 range of devices
Expected launch date: First half of 2019

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2

What to expect: A 48MP camera at the back and a in-hole display
Expected launch date: February

​LG G8 ThinQ

What to expect: It is rumoured that LG is going to beef up the display of its flagship device this year
Expected launch date: June

​Huawei foldable phone

What to expect: As the name suggests, it will be a foldable phone.
Launch date: First half of 2019

​Poco F2

What to expect: An upgrade on one of Xiaomi’s affordable phone with a powerful processor. No concrete information is available as of now
Expected launch date: Second half of 2019.

2019 is expected to be a big year for smartphones with new technologies like 5G and foldable design becoming mainstream. Samsung is expected to lead the way with its foldable smartphone while other smartphone makers are expected to introduce their first smartphones with 5G mobile connectivity. In a nutshell, all the major smartphones launching in the first half of 2019 are expected to be faster not only in terms of performance but also in terms of data connectivity.

They will also be innovative with flexible displays and support for improved cooling and better image processing. With Mobile World Congress 2019 just a month away, the details regarding some of the key launches at the event have already started surfacing online. Here is a look at some of the premium smartphones to look forward to this year:

Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.

Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.
Nokia 9 PureView, Samsung Galaxy 10, Huawei P30 Pro and more: Top smartphones to launch in 2019. From foldable smartphone to 5G supported devices, there is a lot to look forward to this year.

Top smartphones to launch in 2019

Nokia 9 Pureview with penta-camera setup

Nokia 9 is expected to be the first major smartphone launch of this year. The smartphone was rumored to go official last year, but the launched has been pushed ahead at least a couple of times for some unknown reasons. It seems that HMD Global is skipping the MWC unveil in favor of a dedicated launch for the smartphone. The Nokia 9 will be the first smartphone to jump to as many as five cameras on the back.

Evan Blass tweeted a picture of the device called Nokia 9 Pureview Beholder, which confirms five cameras on the back and dual cameras at the front. The addition of Pureview branding suggests the ZEISS imaging system will be identical to that on the Nokia Lumia lineup. It is expected to feature a 5.99-inch Quad HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 6GB of RAM, 128GB storage and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset. This could be a letdown since we will be seeing Snapdragon 855-powered phones next month.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+

Samsung Galaxy S-series turns ten this year and the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to be its biggest design evolution yet. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to come in multiple screen sizes including an entry-level model with a flat-screen this year. There are also rumors of a mid model with a 6.2-inch curved display and two more models with a 6.44-inch screen and optional support for 5G.

In terms of design, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are expected to feature metal and glass design but at the front, they are expected to feature in-screen dual camera setup. This design will allow for a higher screen-to-body ratio and there are also reports of Samsung adding reverse wireless charging this year. Other features include Snapdragon 855 SoC in the US and China and Exynos 9820 chipset in all other markets. These models are expected to come with up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage. With the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, Samsung is also expected to integrate Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

Huawei P30 and P30 Pro

After launching the P20 and P20 Pro at a separate event in March, Huawei is expected to return to MWC this year with the P30 and P30 Pro smartphones. The P30 series is expected to be an improvement over its predecessor by switching to a taller display design that drops the front-mounted fingerprint sensor in favor of an in-display fingerprint sensor. It is also expected to bring major changes in the camera department.

Evan Blass has confirmed that Huawei P30 will offer triple rear camera setup while the P30 Pro is expected to include four camera sensors and support 10x lossless zoom. The leaks claim that Huawei plans to use a 38-megapixel sensor but it is not clear how the four cameras will work. It is expected to feature a waterdrop notch design at the front and come with Kirin 980 chipset, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage.

Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition

Samsung will start selling foldable smartphones this year but Vivo will start selling smartphone will dual displays. Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition, the latest smartphone with 10GB of RAM and dual display design and a triple rear camera setup will be launched globally this year. The Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition features a 6.39-inch Ultra FullView display with 91.63 percent screen-to-body ratio.

It also features a secondary Super AMOLED display that measures 5.49-inches and is placed on the back of the device. There is 12-megapixel dual pixel main camera paired with a 2-megapixel depth sensor and time-of-flight sensor. There is under display fingerprint sensor, Funtouch OS 4.5 based on Android 9 Pie and 3,500mAh battery.

Sony Xperia XZ4

Sony could jump Samsung and others to become the first to launch the Snapdragon 855-powered smartphone. The Xperia XZ4 recently appeared on Antutu with a score of 3,95,000 and model number I8134. This indicates that the Xperia XZ4 will be the most powerful smartphone when it becomes official next month.

The leaked CAD renders show that it will feature an extra tall display design with 21:9 aspect ratio. It is expected to feature triple rear camera setup and include a headphone jack and dedicated shutter button for the camera.

OnePlus 7

OnePlus 7 and its 5G variant is another smartphone that could disrupt the market this year. The OnePlus 6T has already set a bar for mid-range premium smartphones and its next device will have to deliver on its promise of “Never Settle” attitude. The smartphone recently leaked in the form of an internal meeting attended by Pete Lau.

OnePlus 7 is confirmed to come with Snapdragon 855 but the company is set to launch another model with 5G modem support. The OnePlus 5G smartphone is expected to support T-Mobile’s network in the US and EE in the UK. There is not much known beyond this but it could be the 5G smartphone most people will find affordable.

Xiaomi Mi 9 and Mi MIX 4

Xiaomi is expected to launch two new flagship smartphones – the Mi 9 and Mi MIX 4 – this year. It is not clear whether both the devices will arrive at the same time but the Mi 9 is likely to debut at MWC next month. Both the devices will be powered by Snapdragon 855 SoC and feature triple rear camera setup.

There are leaks of the Mi MIX 4 getting periscope style camera setup for improved zoom capability. Xiaomi has already begun testing the 5G version of Mi MIX 3 so one can expect that Mi MIX 4 will also support 5G at the time of launch.

Chinese multinational conglomerate, Huawei is set to launch its latest smartphone Huawei Y9 (2019) at an event in New Delhi on January 7. The device had made its debut in China in October but the company had not revealed any details about pricing. In India, the smartphone will be launched as an Amazon exclusive, as suggested by the teaser page on the e-commerce website. The smartphone comes with a 6.5-inch notched display, dual front and back cameras, GPU Turbo, Fingerprint 4.0 identification technology, Kirin 710 processor. 

Huawei Y9 launch on January 7: Expected price, features and specifications

Huawei Y9 launch on January 7: Expected price, features and specifications
Huawei Y9 launch on January 7: Expected price, features and specifications

Huawei Y9 expected price

The manufacturer is yet to announce the final price of the smartphone but Huawei Y9 (2019) is expected to be priced under Rs 20,000. It will compete against Xiaomi's Poco F1 and other Redmi devices which fall in the same price range. 

Huawei Y9 features and specifications

The smartphone comes with a 6.5-inch FullView 3D curved display with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. It is powered by Kirin 710 processor paired with an ARM Mali G51 MP4 GPU which is aided by GPU Turbo technology, that will help deliver better graphics performance.

The device will be available in two variants - 3GB RAM and 4GB of RAM paired with 64GB of internal storage. Huawei Y9 runs on Google’s Android 8.1 Oreo operating system with the company’s own EMUI 8.2 skin on top. It has a 4,000mAh non-removable battery.

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