Recent reports have revealed that Samsung will be debuting the Galaxy S10 series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2019.
The S10 series is rumored to include S10, S10+ and an entry-level model that is dubbed as Galaxy S10 Lite by the rumor mill. Fresh information that has surfaced today reveals that the S10+ that is codenamed as Beyond 2 will be coming with five cameras which includes dual front-facing cameras and triple rear snappers.
Citing industry sources, The Bell has reported that the Galaxy S10 will be the first S series smartphone to arrive with dual frontal cameras. Also, it will be the first Samsung phone to sport a triple camera setup.
The dual camera setup available on the Galaxy S9+ that was launched earlier this year is expected to be arrive on Samsung Galaxy S10+. Moreover, it will be equipped with an additional ultra-wide angle sensor. It is speculated that the triple camera setup of S10+ will include a 16-megapixel ultra wide-angle sensor, a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor and a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor.
The 120-degree ultra wide-angle lens that is expected to be available on the S10+ is rumored to capture a wider background than a person can normally see. The 12-megapixel wide-angle lens available on the Galaxy S9+ offers a field of view of 77 degrees.
The Galaxy A8 that was launched earlier this year is the first Samsung smartphone to house dual front-facing cameras. Like the A8, the Galaxy S10+’s dual front cameras will be able to capture amazing selfie shots with bokeh effect.
The camera configuration of the Galaxy S10 (codenamed as Beyond 1) and the rumored S10 Lite (codenamed as Beyond 0) are to be weaker than Galaxy S10+. The S10 is expected to feature a single front camera and triple rear cameras whereas the alleged S10 Lite will be having a single front camera and dual rear cameras. The S10 and S10+ are speculated to feature under-display fingerprint reader while S10 Lite nay arrive with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.