Samsung has confirmed to the Daily Dot that the Galaxy S5 was designed to be a dual-screen device, and that its dual-camera setup was to give users the ability to focus on the front camera and then the back camera, which could be used to take selfies.
Samsung says it designed the S6 and S6 Edge to be dual-lens devices, and the design of the S7 was a bit different, with the front and back cameras set to focus more on the user.
The design of Samsung’s dual-view camera is very similar to the design that was used on the Note 4 and S7 Edge.
The camera is designed to work with both the front lens and the back lens, and can focus on both at the same time.
The front camera will focus on a point on the screen, while the back will focus only on the side of the screen that the user is looking at.
This means that users will see both the top and bottom of the device.
Samsung also said that the S8 and S8 Plus would have a dual camera setup.
The dual-cam setup is not as advanced as Samsung’s other dual-site setup, the Dualview, and has not been announced by Samsung, though Samsung has said it will be launching an S8 Pro in the next few weeks.
The S8 is also expected to be Samsung’s first smartphone to have a front-facing stereo camera, and a dual cameras setup is expected to come in the form of the Galaxy Note 8.
The Note 8 has not yet been confirmed for launch, though we do know that Samsung is going to launch the Note 8 in November.
Samsung’s next flagship smartphone will likely be the Galaxy Alpha, and it is expected that Samsung will launch it later this year.
The Alpha is likely to be an unlocked flagship device, which means it will feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 3,200mAh battery.
We have yet to hear any details about the Galaxy A8, though it is believed that it will likely have a Snapdragon 808 processor, 8GB of storage, and 6,000mAh battery, which is enough for a week of usage on the Galaxy Plus.
The Galaxy A9 is expected next month, and Samsung is expected, at the very least, to unveil the A9 Plus at this year’s IFA.