Samsung’s Galaxy Note 6 Camera To Reportedly Sport IR AutoFocus Sensor

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 leaks and rumors have been emerging for quite some time now, as it was expected to have a Snapdragon 823 chipset and 6GB RAM, that too coming with IP67 water and dustproof certification. Today’s headlines suggests that the Korean electronics is internally testing its next-generation Note flagship prototypes with IR autofocus for the primary camera setup. Details on this topic can’t be denied as it comes directly from a reliable source.

As per the report, the Galaxy Note 6 prototypes using the same camera modules found inside Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge with 12MP sensor, this time with additional infrared (IR) auto-focus configuration. However, these are not officially confirmed though, but it seems that Samsung could consider Infrared AF sensor for that upcoming Note 6 phablet. With IR AutoFocus inside Galaxy S7’s camera, it seems Note 6 will focus on low-light reduction and much more, as it has been proved that S7 camera module provides high-end, quality photographic sessions.

Reportedly, Samsung engineer who is part in development of Galaxy Note 6 contacted for the information, but to remain anonymous for now. Tipped that the Galaxy Note 6 hardware will sport a 5.8-inch Quad-HD curved AMOLED screen, 4000mAh battery and could come with a metal body design specifications.


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