If you have ever used the “portrait” setting on an iPhone 7 plus, you will know that it's actually pretty impressive and gives some great result. Well, the good news is that it's coming to a lot more phones, including those on the cheaper end of the spectrum. Samsung recently announced a new dual pixel sensor that it will put in more of its lineup of phones, extending its portrait mode functionality to a greater range of its smartphone offerings according to CameraJabber.com. Samsung’s ISOCELL Fast 2L9 dual pixel sensor touts improved low-light capabilities for application in smartphones giving Samsung’s 12-megapixel dual sensor smartphones portrait mode effect similar to that of rival Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus. First featured in the iPhone 7 Plus, portrait mode utilizes depth data from two rear cameras to create a fake blur for a shallow depth-of-field effect. Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus dual camera lens is able to simulate a blurred background effect, a feature that Google’s Pixel 2 camera also demonstrates but with only a single lens, utilizing a dual pixel sensor instead according to Peta Pixel.