Samsung was little late to the dual camera bandwagon and when it finally did, they left of the regular Samsung Galaxy S9 with a single shooter. But that won’t be the case with the Samsung Galaxy S10 as we hear things. Why have the luxury of a dual camera or a triple camera setup when you can have both? Yes, a total of 5 cameras. Moved to the edge of your seat already? Hold on until we give some details on the rumors on the Samsung Galaxy S10 camera.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Specifications
Samsung has decided to go with a three Samsung Galaxy S10 for 2019. Finally, Samsung has recognized the budget flagship segment were OnePlus is excelling a worthy competition to enter into. The newest addition apart from the regular and plus variant is expected to be a cost-effective device with high-end specs which is cut off some luxuries to bring down the cost.
The screen as we have seen is a major selling point for Samsung phones, particularly flagships. Good the news is recently some officials confirm a no notch display for the Samsung Galaxy S10 making itself stand out from the indifferent smartphones of 2018.
Samsung in addition to the retina scanner has put effort to advance with the fingerprint scanner too. We heard reports of Samsung working on an under the display fingerprint scanner for the Samsung Galaxy S10. The report claims it to be the first in the market ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. This should be more reliable and offer more security over the outgoing one that uses the reflection of light from the display to read the fingerprint.
Camera(s) on Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung has always stayed on the top when it comes to camera quality and features. With the last generation Samsung Galaxy S9 they came up with the first in market dual aperture optics which was out of the competition and worked very well to bring out excellent shots. The same footprint will be carried out to the Samsung Galaxy S10 but with few additions.
As we teased before the camera count on the Samsung Galaxy S10 as said by well-established market analysts are going to be whopping five. Three on the rear and two cameras facing front. Three cameras as reported are a variable aperture main camera supported by telephoto and wide- angle cameras. The front-facing cameras are also upgraded to two- one being the usual camera and the other might have a super wide-angle lens like a 120degree field of view.
But mind it, the five-camera setup is not going to be found on all the three Samsung Galaxy S10s. The obvious pricey one of the trio, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will have the five cameras set up and the regular Samsung Galaxy S10 is said to have a dual rear and single front camera set up while the cheaper one should sport the optics similar to Samsung Galaxy S9- single camera on both sides. This is arguably the best way to cut costs for the cheap contender.