Galaxy S10 will be Samsung's best camera-phone ever, suggests leak
However, a new report has tipped-off S10's camera specifications, suggesting that the upcoming flagship is primed for an even more significant accolade - the title of being Samsung's best camera phone ever.
Here's everything we know so far.
Here's what the new report tells us about S10's camera
The latest report claims that Galaxy S10 will sport a triple camera setup comprising a 12-MP (1.4-micron pixels) main sensor with f/1.5-f/2.4 variable aperture, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and Autofocus (AF).
Further, there will be a 16-MP (1-micron pixels) wide-angle lens with 123-degrees field-of-view, an f/1.9 aperture (without AF and OIS), and a 13-MP (1-micron pixels) telephoto sensor with f/2.4 aperture, OIS and AF.
The new report adds credence to previous leaks
Notably, the same specs were earlier leaked in a report which claimed that only the top-end S10 variant will feature a triple rear-camera. The report also noted that the primary sensor would be in the middle with the wide-angle and telephoto sensors on either sides.
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Galaxy 10 will be offered in three different variants
Previous reports and reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo have 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.
What else do we know about the Galaxy S10 variants?
Further, the cheaper S10 variant will come with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner - much like the new Galaxy A7.
Samsung is also expected to incorporate 3D face scanning, possibly for the high-end variants and leverage it to improve its AR Emoji.
Samsung Galaxy S10
Optical Image Stabilization
Samsung Galaxy 9