Monday, July 9, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S10+ will sport 2 front cameras and 3 rear cameras.

Galaxy A8 dual front cameras

The Samsung Galaxy S10+  is rumored to arrive at CES 2019 or at MWC 2019. Other sources are saying the Galaxy X foldable will be unveiled at CES 2019 and others at MWC 2019 .

Either CES 2019 or MWC 2019 the Galaxy S10+ is coming alongside with the S10 and maybe a mid range S10 version as well.

Now to the point.

The Galaxy is expected to be unveiled sporting  2 front cameras: 
The front-facing camera setup on the new Galaxy S10+ will be similar to what we’ve already seen on Samsung’s Galaxy A8 smartphone. It’ll apparently feature a standard camera sensor and a secondary telephoto sensor that will enable Portrait Mode selfies with a blurred background similar to what you would see in photos captured with a DSLR.

And  3 rear cameras:
The upcoming Galaxy S10+ will feature a dual-lens system that’s similar to the one currently included in the Galaxy S9+, but it will add a new ultra-wide-angle lens to the mix. Specifically, The Bell says we can expect a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 12-megapixel telephoto sensor for optical zoom and Portrait Mode photos, and a new 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor. The report notes that the main wide-angle camera has a 77-degree lens, while the new ultra-wide-angle camera will have a 120-degree angle of view.

TheBellKorea via BGR

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