Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Come With FIVE Cameras

Donna Miller
July 11, 2018

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be the entry-level model with watered-down specs of the regular flagship Galaxy S10.

The phone is also rumoured to be coming with a super-large 6.9-inch QHD+ display, 6,000mAh battery, and Honor's hot new graphics technology, GPU Turbo. According to its latest report, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will pack in no fewer than five cameras.

The S10's camera arrangement will reportedly include a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with a 120-degree field of view. The rear of the device is still not "confirmed" but we expect to see the location of the fingerprint sensor to be moved to beneath the dual rear cameras just as it was for the Galaxy S9 variants. There will also be two front-facing cameras with the second dedicated to taking selfies in Portrait Mode.

According to rumors, this smartphone will have a dual camera at the front (most likely allowing to make attractive Bokeh effects) and a triple camera on the back.

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If the S10s do end up with an Exynos 9820, it won't be particularly surprising. The Exynos 9820 uses a 2+2+4 DynamIQ architecture comprised of 2 big cores, 2 medium cores, and 4 small cores. We're used to a Galaxy S duo but next year, the South Korean tech giant will be revealing the Galaxy S10 trio.

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 - one of the best Android tablets of 2017 - is about to get a successor that's unsurprisingly called Galaxy Tab S4. He now uses a Samsung Galaxy S8 and (very rarely) a Nexus 7 (2013). He is also using a Verizon-branded Motorola Moto Z Play Droid supplied by his job. Unfortunately, his kids have all drunk the Apple Kool-Aid and have i-devices.

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