Galaxy S10 should be the next top flagship range that Samsung will officially announce in early 2019, probably at the MWC. Numerous rumors have already emerged on his account, especially as regards the photographic sector. A recent report from the Korean website – The Bell suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus variant will implement five cameras.
In addition to the three rear cameras: 12MP main sensor with variable aperture, telephoto lens, and 16MP wide-angle sensor, the site claims that the Galaxy S10 Plus will also be equipped with dual front camera sensors with a depth of field capability and guarantee an optimal bokeh effect. Samsung has already used a similar solution in the recent Galaxy A8 / A8+ 2018 models and could take it back on the flagship range, obviously further improving the quality.
The Bell also provides details regarding the other two Galaxy S10 models. The standard version will have only one front camera sensor and the same rear camera module as the S10+ while the S10 Lite will have one at the front and two at the rear (12MP with variable aperture and 16MP wide angle). Moreover, both Galaxy S10 and S10+ will have new in-display fingerprint sensors, removing the need for any sensors on the rear.
As usual, it should be noted that what is reported is the result of speculation that could be confirmed or refuted by future unofficial information that will expose the Samsung flagships in the coming months.