Samsung Galaxy S10 might have triple-camera setup
Samsung Galaxy S10 might have triple-camera setup

Samsung is going to mark its 10-year anniversary for the Samsung Galaxy S series next year. It is expected to see Samsung Galaxy S10 in the coming year. The smartphone is expected to sport a bezel-less display with no notch. And have an in-display fingerprint sensor, and 3D Face Unlock as well. The smartphone is expected to come in three variants. The most premium variant will sport a triple camera setup at the back. There are no details available for any variant for now.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 might have triple-camera setup

Samsung Galaxy S series is going to mark its 10 year anniversary next year. It is obvious to expect something bigger in the coming year. We might see some bigger and interesting features in the next flagship of the series, The smartphone is expected to sport a bezel-less display with no notch, have an in-display fingerprint sensor, and 3D Face Unlock as well. Now, a fresh leak suggests that the smartphone will arrive in three variants, and the most premium variant will sport a triple camera setup at the back, like the Huawei P20 Pro.

According to the South Korean publication ETNews. The base Samsung Galaxy S10 variant will have a flat 5.8-inch display. The middle version will also feature a 5.8-inch display with curved edges like the one seen on the Samsung Galaxy S9. The higher version will have a large 6.2-inch display, just like the Samsung Galaxy S9+, with a triple camera lens setup at the back. Although we don’t have the complete details about the specifications of this triple lens camera.

If all these rumors are true then, this will be the first time for the company to include such a camera. Also, this will be the first time that Samsung will launch three variants of the Galaxy S series.

However, All of these are rumors now, but we will let you know about Samsung Galaxy S10 in future Articles.

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