With the recent emergence of budget dual-lens camera phones it’s clear that even the smaller manufacturers fully adopted the trend and more models are surely to follow. Dual cameras can be quite good for the picture quality, because main cam is processing the image itself while the secondary cam is handling the image data.
But according to information coming from Oukitel not all of the alleged dual-lens camera phones are fully honest about the real features. So how to spot the fake dual-lens ? Here is the simple Oukitel guide for that :
- With Mediatek only chipsets with MT6737T and better can support two cameras working at the same time, so simple MT6737 is not enough.
- Fastest way to find out is to cover the secondary camera’s lens, the blur effect will disappear for a real dual-lens camera
- Dual-lens should both open when working
But new Oukitel U20 Plus should be a real dual-lens camera phone offering 5,5-inch 2.5D curved IPS display with FullHD resolution, quad-core MT6737T processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage, dual-lens rear camera with 13 Mpix + 0,3 Mpix sensors, 5 Mpix front camera, rear fingerprint scanner, 3300 mAh battery capacity and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. You can find all the details on Oukitel official website.
Presales of Oukitel U20 Plus are starting today and in a flash sale in this Aliexpress store you can get it for just $89.99. So it’s surely challenging the record for being the cheapest dual-lens smartphone currently available.