While Samsung's next year flagship Galaxy S11 is rumored to launch on the third week of February, the device is expected to feature a periscope zoom camera.

Hence, it's something Chinese Huawei introduced this year in March with the P30 Pro is now heading to the South Korean giant by almost an entire year.

Rumors talk about a 5x optical zoom, but that’s just speculation for now. A report from Korea however, talks about how MecaTech Systems, a Korean manufacturer of test sockets for smartphone modules, will soon start supplying Samsung with test sockets for the next Galaxy phone’s folded camera.

According to Thelec, folded cameras indicate periscope-like forms that allows the smartphone makers to ‘hide’ the camera lens by inserting it sideways to make the camera module less prominent.

Meanwhile, there’s no other takeaway here, as the report goes on about MecaTech, the bit referring to the periscope zoom camera is pretty straightforwards.

We’ll of course have to corroborate it with subsequent reports on the same topic in order to take this for granted, but chances of this being legit are really positive.


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