The current-generation of Samsung’s flagship phones have a design that also will be used on the next generation of phones but along with a bigger number of new features.
Samsung Galaxy S10 just like the Galaxy S10+ that was reported will come with a triple rear camera system.
The super-sized incoming flagship of Samsung, the S10+, is said to be equipped with a brand new, ultra-wide, back-mounted unit, five ultra-performant cameras and a dual front an rear setup according to The Bell, the South Korean news site.
The Beyond 1 model, Galaxy S10 is set to get along with the Beyond 2 (S10+) by receiving the same triple rear camera treatment.
The same source, which is already assumed to be a reliable one for its the ability to report proper information of Samsung’s new releases, says:
“The Beyond 1 has a single camera on the front and a triple camera on the back, which makes the front camera less than the Beyond 2. The entry-level Beyond 0 has a lower specification than the Beyond 1, with a single on the front and a dual camera on the back.”
Taking into consideration the fact that somehow this news can be false, it means that we will not have three distinct Galaxy S10 model as tech lovers already now it is possible to happen.
S10 or Beyond 1 will come with a triple setup, and a single camera on the front, S10+ or Beyond 2 will have a dual front camera and the same triple rear setup just like Beyond 1, while Beyond 0 or the budget model of S10 will only have a dual setup on the back and a single front camera.
As expected, such an eye-catching offering makes the tech lovers and users of Samsung devices spread rumors due to their excitement. Most of them are about S10+’s big pricing in comparison with Apple’s iPhone X model.
What excites the most people is the possibility of having the Face ID-style 3D biometric scanning instead of the iris one, a screen fingerprint reader and an all-screen display, rumors spread all over the internet and especially on the tech blogs.
Now that Samsung sets its prices based on the capability of the camera, it will help more people afford their S10 phone. The hidden reason is that last year’s sales of Galaxy S9 and S9+ flagship were disappointing.