These past few months we’ve been covering news and rumours of the popular South Korean tech giant next flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S10 of course. According to a new report from Koren website ‘The Bells‘, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature a five-camera setup.
I guess we all know Samsung is lagging behind the competition in the flagship category. We’ve seen devices like OnePlus 6, Huawei P20, iPhone X, and Pixel 2 taking their places in the high-end market and Samsung is still far behind these devices.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 and S9+ a few months ago with the aim of getting a spot in the high-end market. Samsung made great sales from the initial release of these devices but gradually went down after a while.
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The main reason Samsung didn’t get many hits with the S9 was that the S9 didn’t get much of an upgrade from last year flagships, they only added a few features to the S9 series.
However, Samsung managed to retain a spot in the flagship market with one feature in the Galaxy S9+, the camera. Aside from the basic Snapdragon 845 and 4 GB RAM loaded on the device, the S9 series featured a dual aperture camera which is really great and loved by photography enthusiasts.
Now, according to a report from The Bells website, the South Korean tech giant will feature a five-camera setup in its upcoming Galaxy S10+. The report explains that Samsung S10+ will feature a triple rear camera 12MP (wide-angle) + 12MP (telephoto) + 16 MP (Wide angle with 123 degrees wide angle view) along with another dual front-facing.
Also, a report from SamMobile suggested that the Galaxy S10+ would come in three variants and two of the devices would have In-display fingerprint, including the S10+.
No details have been revealed concerning the dual camera setup. But selfie fans are definitely looking forward to it already.
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