Details of the Samsung Galaxy S10's cameras surface - S10 Plus to feature five cameras in total
The Samsung Galaxy S10 phones have been the subject of much discussion over the past few months. Last week, we had a glimpse at what design the S10 would likely adopt, with renders of the Galaxy A8s showing us Samsung’s Infinity-O display, the same technology that will be used on the S10 flagships. Details of the phones’ cameras have been up in the air. Until now, that is, as a new report has given us a closer look at the photographic hardware of the upcoming Samsung flagships.
According to the source, Samsung has three main Galaxy S10 models in the works: A 5.8-inch S10 Lite, a 6.1-inch S10, and a 6.4-inch S10 Plus. The three phones will also adopt different camera hardware. The S10 Lite, codenamed Beyond 0, will be the cheapest variant. As such, it’s said to sport just three cameras in total—a single front-facing sensor, and two rear cameras. We expect the second rear camera to be a telephoto one.
The S10 is said to sport four cameras in total, two on the front, and two at the back. We’re not sure what the second selfie camera does, so we’ll have to wait for more information to surface. The S10+, being the biggest and most expensive of the lot, will feature a whopping five cameras in total—two at the front and the three at the back. Going by previous information, we expect the third rear sensor to be a wide-angle lens.
Lastly, Samsung is said to be working on a 5G model of the Galaxy S10. However, production will be scaled down—the 5G market has only just been born—and the company will not produce more than two million units of the phone. This model is also expect to sport six cameras in total: two selfie shooters and a quad rear camera setup.