Samsung working with Israeli firm on 3D camera solutions for the Galaxy S10

Samsung is said to be adopting 3D sensing camera technologies for the Galaxy S10 phones next year. 

Korean publication The Bell claims that Israeli startup Mantis Vision is working with camera module firm Namuga to integrate 3D sensing software in a camera module. Samsung is expected to bring the 3D sensing software to the Galaxy S10 next year when it celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S series. 


Mantis Vision’s 3D mapping technology was previously used in Google’s AR platform for smartphones (Project Tango). It also attracted US$10 million investment from Samsung and Flextronics in 2014. Namuga supplies camera modules for Samsung’s mid-range and entry-level smartphones, and provides 3D sensing camera modules for Intel’s RealSense AR cameras. 

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