Samsung to cram five cameras into Galaxy S10 Plus

Doris Richards
July 11, 2018

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Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S10 in three variants, instead of the usual "standard" and "plus" configurations, Forbes reported. The latter is presumed to be a "plus" version of the 1.

While there are no hard spec leaks it is believed that the Beyond 0 will be an entry-level model that has a fingerprint scanner on the side of the device.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will not be revealed at the Mobile World Congress in January 2019 but the following month at the Mobile World Congress. MWC will be the launching pad of the next-gen Galaxy S phone which will also be the 10th Anniversary premium Galaxy flagship. If Samsung stays true to form, the US version of the Galaxy S10+ should get the Snapdragon 855, which would be Qualcomm's entry into the 7nm processor market.


The notable leaker added: "Beyond 0 and Beyond 1 are dual cameras, and Beyond 2 is three cameras". According to IceUniverse, the Exynos 9820 will come with a Mali-G76 MP18 GPU.

Either way, it's safe to assume that we can expect improved performance from whatever chipset ends up being used. Previously, we've heard murmurings of a fingerprint-sensing touchscreen, a truly bezel-free display and a Exynos 9820 CPU featuring a next-gen Mongoose M4 core. The S9s contain 9810s. Well, the ones that don't have a Snapdragon 845. But until we have anything more concrete than a tweet and a hard-to-find Weibo post - it's best to remain interested, but skeptical.

If you care about phone photography - and these rumours turn out to be true - the Samsung Galaxy S10 is definitely a phone to keep a close eye on.

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