After navigating a treacherous opening, we find our way into the back of the phone.
We head straight to the rear camera to get a look at the fancy new dual aperture camera in action.
The camera auto-adjusts the aperture to adjust for low light (at f/1.5 it's got the widest aperture of any phone) while maintaining a more standard (and sharper) f/2.4 for normal photos.
Standard camera lenses use at least five aperture blades to keep the aperture roughly circular throughout many f-stop adjustments. This Galaxy's aperture has just two rotating, ring-like blades for its single adjustment.
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