Samsung Galaxy S10+ Might Come with triple Lens Camera Setup

Still, it is hard to say anything about the Samsung’s foldable smartphone — Galaxy X, the new leaks in the web environment shows the possibility of the Galaxy S10 device which is rumored to become showcased at Mobile World Congress 2019. Looks like the rumor mill is building more hype in Samsung fans. The new concept images of Samsung Galaxy S10+ shows the device could sport on triple lens camera setup.

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We already have seen the new tech from the South Korean giant in Galaxy S9+ device. Yes, you guessed right. I am talking about the Samsung’s implementation of mechanically variable aperture camera in Samsung Galaxy S9+ device which indeed helps to click better pictures. For Samsung Galaxy S10 device, still, the leaks have to come on the web. We are on too early stage to speak anything about that device.

Apart from all of the discussion, the concept images show both of the Samsung devices — Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. While we can see the S10 could sport in the dual camera setup while the S10 Plus could have the three rear camera setup. Of course, there will be the improved tech for the camera. However, I guess Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, both the device will have the Samsung’s Mechanically Variable Aperture technology inside the camera.

Apparently, the triple camera setup on Galaxy S10 Plus rumored to have a 12MP as a primary camera having f/1.5 to f/2.4 variable aperture, 16MP super-wide angle lens with f/1.9 and 13MP zoom lens with f/2.4 lens. The triple camera setup is placed horizontally on the rear side as we can see in the concept images.

Furthermore, the device is also reported to have in-display fingerprint sensor just like the Vivo X21 UD device as well as the 3D face scanning technology like an iPhone X. Samsung recently got approval for its 3D face scanning technology patent to use in the upcoming mobile phones. Right now, it is better to take this concept as a pinch of salt. Yet, more to come.