Since Samsung is ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its Galaxy S-Series by launching the Galaxy S10 in 2019, rumours are coming from all corners of the coming smartphone. A recent report shows that at least one type of Galaxy S10 will have a dual camera setup and a third camera setup on the back. Although many previous reports are already reporting details about the presence of five cameras in the smartphone, the latest report rewrites the leak and suggests that the top-end model of the Galaxy S10 will be the one to house them. The news is that Samsung is teasing the launch of a smartphone with four cameras next month.
According to a report by ETNews from South Korea, Samsung will launch a version of the Galaxy S10 with a total of five cameras – one pair of front and one-third camera setup on the back. According to previous reports, Samsung will launch three types in the Galaxy S10 lineup next year – a version with two Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 + successor, and a cheap price tag. According to the latest report, the premium version of the handset will be equipped with five camera setup. However, it does not provide any specification of the cameras.
The Galaxy S10 can be the first smartphone to use triple rear camera setup from Samsung. ETNews report states that this model is a standard version of a premium fronting and one-third behind camera setup, and a standard version of a single front and dual rear camera setup, with premium offering ultra-premium offer.
According to the previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S10’s Triple Rear Camera Setup will have 12 megapixel lenses with F-1.5 to F / 2.4 variable aperture, which is on the 16-megapixel super-wide-angle lens (123 degree) F / 1.9 aperture , And a zoom lens with a 13 megapixel sensor and F / 2.4 aperture. In the meantime, front cameras are expected to come with a variable aperture (F / 1.5 to F / 2.4) with a 12 megapixel main lens, and another super-wide-angle lens with F / 1.9 aperture in 16 / megapixel Hope to come.