Trifecta Of Galaxy S10 Leaks Share Camera And Color Option Details!
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup have seen a lot of leaks and rumors so far. These peaked during the start of November, and since then have maintained a steady rate. Today, we’ve got another report for the smartphones’ rear cameras. Take a look below for the details.
Samsung’s Largest Galaxy S10 Variant Will Feature A Triple Rear Camera Setup According To Latest Report
It’s no secret (if you follow the rumor mill regularly) that Samsung will introduce camera upgrades across the board on next year’s Galaxy S10 lineup. Following the Galaxy S9+ and S9+’s near dismal market performance, the Korean tech giant has been forced to innovate.
To that end, new cameras on the Galaxy S10 smartphones will supplement Samsung’s latest display panels. Today we’ve got more details for these rumored camera upgrades. Before we get to them, it’s relevant to not (for those of you who are out of the loop) that Samsung is rumored to launch three S10 smartphones next year. Two of these will be upgrades to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The third will be an entry-level smartphone.
It’s tipster Ice_Universe who’s got the goodies today. He corroborates earlier reports for the rear camera configurations we should expect on the Galaxy S10 lineup next year. According to him, the entry-level ‘Galaxy S10 Lite’ will feature a single front and dual rear camera setup. The Galaxy S10 will feature a single front camera and triple rear camera setup. Finally, the S10+ will come bearing a dual front and triple rear camera setup.
Samsung’s Android Pie Beta For Galaxy Note 9 Contains A Reference To ‘Ultra-Wide Angle Correction’ Corroborating Earlier Reports Of Feature For Galaxy S10:
Samsung is also rumored to make big camera upgrades on the Galaxy S10+. These, as you can see above, include a triple rear camera setup for the Galaxy S10+. This setup is rumored to include an ultra-wide angle camera, and this feature has now surfaced in Samsung’s Android 9 Pie Beta for the Galaxy Note 9.
This feature is to correct photographs taken with an ultra-wide angle camera lens and through it, a device running this software will automatically adjust ultra-wide angle photographs to crop out their distorted corners.
The Galaxy S10 And Galaxy S10+ Will Be Available In Green, While The Galaxy S10 Lite Will Be Available In Five Color Options:
The good folks over at Sammobile are on a roll, and now they’ve got more information for the S10 lineup’s color. According to their source, the Galaxy S10 Lite will be available in Five colors including Yellow. The Galaxy S10 and S10+, on the other hand, will also have a Green color variant, while Samsung’s ceramic Galaxy S10 will be available in Black and White.
The S10 Lite continues to bring the iPhone XR in our mind despite following a different approach from the latter. Samsung seems to understand an entry-level smartphone for a high-end lineup better than Apple does with the iPhone XR. Here’s to hoping that the Korean tech giant has more success with next year’s Galaxy S smartphones than it did with their predecessors.
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