Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera Specifications Might Surprise You

Tiny leaks of Galaxy S10 popping up on the web. I guess, we know almost everything about its internals. Not accurate though but, at least you have an idea what Samsung is preparing to launch at its Unpacked event on February 20. After the live images, today, we have detailed reveal of camera specifications. However, I want to tell you first that this leak doesn’t have a single source. It is a collection of people’s discussion (via WCCFTech) over different social media platforms in China.

Unlike every year, Samsung has three devices to launch this year in Galaxy S10 lineup. And as far we know, the Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10, both will feature triple rear camera design while S10E will have dual camera setup. According to the latest report, there could be a difference in lenses but in software, the devices will have the same feature. Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10E will be able to capture 4K video at 60fps, for example.

First, let us take a look on lenses;

Standard: Super Wide-Angle: Telephoto:
Resolution: 12MP 16MP 13MP
Aperture: F1.5 & 2.4; variable F1.9 F2.4


The report claims that Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus will support the OIS and Auto Focus. Further, as we know, the Exynos 9820 packed with the dedicated NPU (Neural Processing Unit) to offload AI related tasks. The NPU allows a processor to perform AI tasks 7 times faster than older Exynos 9810. Further, Samsung will also launch Snapdragon 855 based lineup.

Image Courtesy: Evan Blass

Thanks to those both chips, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus will be able to shoot FHD video with 0.4s time lapse and 4K video at 60 frames-per-second. Also, there will be EIS which will reduce shaky video.

As we know, Galaxy S10 Plus will be the only device to sport dual camera setup on front. The camera will have a 10MP + 8MP lens setup. While S10 will feature either 8MP or 10MP. You can tell us what you are thinking about this camera feature in the comment box below.


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