Dual cameras seem to be getting some traction when it comes to their implementation into today's smartphones. HTC One M8 sports such a camera on the back which it uses to capture the depth of an image, which lets you play around with the image itself and implement a number of cool effects in there. The much-rumored Huawei Glory 6 Plus will sport such a camera as well. The device was certified by TENAA (China's equivalent of the FCC) recently and we were able to see two cameras on its back. According to the listing both of those cameras house 13-megapixel sensors on the inside, despite the fact we don't know the details when it comes to the usage of that camera or its software features, we can assume it will have a similar use as the one in the HTC One M8. There's also a possibility Huawei will try to push some sort of 3D imagery or something, we all know how that ends, but who knows, perhaps this Chinese manufacturer has something special up its sleeve, we'll see soon considering the device will launch on December 16th.
The newest rumor coming our way says that the upcoming Galaxy S6 will also have a dual camera on the back. The source of this rumor is @Micahgrimes from Twitter and we have no way to verify this, but it's interesting none the less. He also mentions that the device will ship with a Quad HD display and 3GB of RAM and that it will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor. 16, 64 and 128GB storage variants have also been mentioned in the tweet. This actually goes hand-in-hand with some previous rumors of the Galaxy S6, except for the RAM count, all previous rumors were pointing towards 4GB of RAM, which actually seems like a possibility and quite frankly, it will probably happen. MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2015 kicks in on March 3rd and the latest rumors are pointing to that event as the release timeframe for Samsung's upcoming flagship. That actually kind of fits Samsung's timeline, they usually release a new Galaxy S flagship in February or May. These are all just rumors at this point, it remains to be seen what is true and what isn't.