If the camera capabilities of a smartphone is what matter most to you, then you might want to keep an eye out for the OUKITEL U22. This is a new incoming smartphone from OUKITEL and its big selling point is that it comes with not one, or two, but four cameras. This is due to the OUKITEL U22 being one of the first (if not, the first) smartphones to come with a dual camera setup on the front of the device, as well as on the back of the device. With the OUKITEL U22 looking to be a smartphone that will help you capture the right images, regardless of which side of the smartphone you are using.
When it comes to the rear of the device, the dual cameras will be positioned in the top left corner of the back plate, and the camera configuration spearheaded by a an 8-megapixel (interpolated to 13MP) sensor, while the secondary sensor comes in 2-megapixel form. Moving to the front of the device, and the duo on this side is spearheaded by a 5-megapixel (interpolated to 8MP) sensor, along with another secondary 2-megapixel sensor. With the idea being that both the front and back camera combinations will offer a more DSLR-like shooting experience. As part of that experience, both camera duos come with their own flash. Which will likely be of particular importance to the front-facing cameras, as this is not a feature you often get with a front-facing camera. The addition of the flash should help in adding an extra dimension and level of illumination to selfie pictures. According to the details coming through, OUKITEL will further optimize the cameras even more, for an improved and more unique camera experience.
At the moment, the rest of the details on the OUKITEL U22 are a little on the light side, although this is smartphone that will come loaded with aspects like a fingerprint sensor and will be available in three different color options, champagne gold, jet black, and pearl white. However, while the rest of the details are limited at the moment, this is a smartphone that is reportedly going to be available to pre-order from the middle of May. So not long to go.