Samsung Galaxy S10+ to sport five cameras, claims report

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 10 Jul 2018
Samsung Galaxy S10+ to sport five cameras, claims report

An ultra-wide angle camera will reportedly be added to a dual-camera setup which is likely to be similar to the one seen on the Galaxy S9+.


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As the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch date nears, rumours regarding the next-generation of S-series devices are gaining momentum. Several reports suggested that the company will include an in-display fingerprint on the Galaxy S10, reportedly being developed under codename ‘Beyond’, and the Galaxy S10+. A latest report now claims that the Galaxy S10+ will sport five cameras -- three at the back and two selfie shooters. If the reports are true, this will be Samsung’s first S series smartphone to include five cameras.  

According to a report on tech website The Bell, the Galaxy S10+, being developed under the codename ‘Beyond 2’, will be equipped with a 16MP ultra-wide angle camera that will be added to a dual-camera setup which is likely to be similar to its predecessor the Galaxy S9+. The Galaxy S9+ has a 12MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP telephoto camera. The angle of view of the ultra wide angle camera is said to be of 120 degrees. In addition to the three cameras at the rear panel, the Galaxy S10+ could also have a dual-selfie camera setup. No further information has been provided about the lenses in the report. Samsung Galaxy A8 series are the first Samsung phones to be released with two selfie cameras - 16MP and 8MP lenses - each providing a Bokeh function.

Earlier, a report claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ will retain the Infinity Display design and could feature an under display fingerprint reader. The report also claimed that the devices could come with a 3D depth sensing feature. A prototype image believed to be of Galaxy S10 also showed a full bezel-less device. The phone had three buttons -- a volume rocker and Bixby button on the left side, and power button on the right side of the display. The button alignment is similar to one we have already seen on the Galaxy S8 series, Galaxy Note 8 and more recently the Galaxy S9 smartphones. No camera or front sensors are seen in the image.

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