Samsung Galaxy M60 hands-on video may have leaked, shows 48+16MP dual camera
A excerpt from an unboxing video of the Samsung Galaxy M60 has inadvertently found its way to YouTube. The video suggests that this phone will have the best camera in the M-series, but it is clearly incomplete so it’s light on details.
The camera is listed as 48MP (IMX 586) + 16MP. The purpose of the second module is not clarified, but given the resolution it has to be either a telephoto or an ultra wide-angle cam. The arrangement with the LED flash between the two camera modules is different from Samsung’s current designs.
The back seems strange, but that’s just a case. You can see the phone with a transparent case towards the end of the video.
The selfie camera lives inside a notch, unlike the punch hole design of the Galaxy M40 (which, by the way, has a triple rear cam - 32MP min, 8MP ultra wide and 5MP depth sensor).
Note that there are no previous leaks about the Galaxy M60, so we’re not sure how legitimate this video is. Or if it even shows an actual Samsung phone (those icons look suspicious, plus the unusual camera). Also, there’s no word on what happened to the M50.
That's clearly a redmi note 7 pro with Samsung sticker attached on the back.
- 11 Jul 2019
the video posted above is most likely fake... as it clearly shows the camera modules are printed stickers.
- 11 Jul 2019
Is 48mp a Quad Bayer? It would only make decent 16mp photos, so that would be 16mp + 16mp.
- 10 Jul 2019