Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S10 series on January 20. The leaks about the smartphones have been surfacing from months and we all know that S10 series will have three variant- S10, S10 Plus, and S10 Lite or S10 E. One information that it quite concrete is that the phones will have a hole at the top right corner to house the front camera. Now in a fresh set of leaks, the details about the rear cameras of the phones have been surfaced online.
Max Weinbach from XDATV has obtained information from some sources that indicate that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will bring a normal and an ultra-wide lens in its two rear cameras while the Samsung Galaxy S10 + will have an additional telephoto lens.
- The normal sensor will be of 12 Megapixel with f1.5 / 2.4 aperture, 78 degrees, autofocus, and OIS.
- The ultra-wide sensor will have 16 Megapixel, f1.9 aperture, 123 degrees and OIS (without autofocus).
- The telephoto lens for S10 Plus will have 13 megapixels, f2.4 aperture, 45 degrees, autofocus and OIS.
In terms of design, the rear sensors of the Galaxy S10 + will be horizontally aligned to the flash and the heart rate sensor. In addition, Weinbach stated that the camera will have night illumination and portrait lighting as competing iPhones of the new generation, Mate Pro 20, Mi Mix 3, Google Pixel 3, 3XL etc.
The new Samsung Galaxy S10 Series will be officially announced on February 20th.