Samsung Galaxy S10 will sport a whopping five cameras: Report
Quite predictably, as we move closer to the launch, more and more leaks are coming our way.
In the latest such leak, a report claims that S10's premium variant will come with a whopping five cameras.
Here's a leak peek.
Samsung Galaxy S10 will sport 5 cameras: Report
Galaxy 10 will be offered in three different variants
Earlier, previous reports and reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had suggested that Samsung will offer three variants of its upcoming 10th-anniversary edition flagship.
Firstly, there's a Galaxy S10+ (codenamed Beyond 2) which will succeed the Samsung Galaxy 9+ and pack high-tech stuff.
Then, you have Galaxy S10 (codenamed Beyond 1) and lastly, a new cheaper entrant with trimmed down specs which is codenamed Beyond 0.
New report claims 5 cameras on S10+
Further, the S10 model will feature a single front camera, and S10+ may get triple rear-camera setup.
Lastly, the cheaper S10 variant will have a single front camera and a dual rear-camera setup.
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Possible specs of the Galaxy S10+ triple rear-camera setup
Earlier, a report by AllAboutSamsung claimed that S10+ will get a triple camera setup comprising a 12-MP main sensor with f/1.5-f/2.4 variable aperture, positioned in the middle.
On the right of the main sensor, will be a 16-MP super-wide-angle lens (123-degrees) with f/1.9 aperture (without Autofocus and OIS), and a zoom lens (on the left) with a 13-MP sensor and f/2.4 aperture.
The front dual-camera setup may also feature variable aperture technology
Reports suggest the front dual camera setup on the S10+ may comprise a 12MP main sensor with a variable aperture of f/1.5-f/2.4, paired with a 16MP super-wide-angle lens with an f/1.9 aperture.
What else do we know about the Galaxy S10 variants?
And, that's not all.
Further, the cheaper S10 variant (Beyond 0) will come with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Moreover, Samsung is also expected to incorporate the in-trend 3D face unlock, possibly for the high-end variants.
All about the screen
Earlier, an alleged S10 prototype hinted at an all-screen design
Moreover, the prototype seems to offer an unprecedented screen-to-body ratio, even more than the 93.8% seen on the Oppo Find X.
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