Samsung fans eagerly look forward for the new flagship phones as soon as the new ones launch. And considering the lukewarm response that the Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphones received, because most people felt that it was just additive upgrade over the previous generation of flagships.
But now we seem to have a vague idea of what the Korean smartphone giant Samsung is looking to bring with its next generation of flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S10. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to introduced to the world early next year and GizmoChina reports that we may see three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10. And among those three variants one may feature a triple camera system.
Among the three phones, one is set to be priced lower than the others to target the customers with a tighter budget. According to the source, all three Galaxy S10 smartphones will feature a 12 megapixel wide-angle lens with 78-degree field of view and a 16 megapixel super wide-angle lens with 123-degree field of view. The one that will feature a third camera will be the costliest variant and will feature an additional 13 megapixel telephoto lens with a 45-degree field of view.
And like last time both the cameras on the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones will feature optical image stabilisation, though it is not known if the third lens on the costlier variant will feature it as well. All we can do for now is assume that Samsung will be using the image data captured using the third camera to enhance the quality of wider angle shots.
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In terms of display, the base model of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to feature a 5.8-inch display while the other variants will probably feature a 6.1-inch and a 6.4-inch display. The source mentions that Samsung may not be working on on-screen fingerprint scanners for the S10 as of now, but this might change before the launch of the phone.