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Samsung Galaxy S10+ to sport dual selfie cameras

Samsung Galaxy S10 Concept
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The Galaxy S10+ is shaping up to be a photography powerhouse going by recent leaks. Not only is it probably going to sport 3 cameras at the back, it may also carry 2 cameras up front.

That makes for a total of 5 cameras all around. The dual selfie shooters are the big surprise here, as the triple rear snappers have already gotten leaked extensively. The Galaxy S10+ won’t be the first Samsung device to feature 2 lenses at the front though.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Camera Specs

That honor would go to the Galaxy A8. It’s possible Samsung will stick to a similar 16MP + 8MP configuration for the Galaxy S10+ as well. Both will probably work together to ensure enhanced bokeh shots where the background is blurred and the subject is in focus.

As for the rear, The Bell claims that it’ll be taken up by 12MP wide + 12MP telephoto + 16MP super wide angle cameras. The 16MP lens is the big change here as it wasn’t present in the Galaxy S9+. It boasts of a 120-degree camera angle, allowing users to capture a wider background than before.

This would be ideal for tall buildings and natural landscapes. The standard Galaxy S10 is also expected to carry the same triple-camera setup. However, it looks like it’ll have only a single selfie snapper. The basic Galaxy S10 may swap the triple-camera setup for a dual-camera one and feature the same single selfie shooter.

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The easiest way to tell the phones apart will be size. The budget Galaxy S10 is said to have a 5.8-inch non-curved Super AMOLED Infinity Display. The middle-of-the-road Galaxy S10 will likely have a 6.2-inch curved Super AMOLED Infinity Display. Finally, the premium Galaxy S10+ is set to have a 6.44-inch curved Super AMOLED Infinity Display.

All will be revealed in February when the MWC 2019 kicks off and Samsung hosts its Galaxy S launch event.

SourceThe Bell