Samsung Galaxy S10+ may be equipped with five cameras
Rumors have said that the LG V40 may include five cameras, but it turns out that that may not be the only upcoming Android flagship with a camera quintet.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ will have five cameras, according to a new report from The Bell. It's said that the S10+ will have three cameras on the back, including a 16MP 120-degree ultra wide angle lens, along with two cameras on the front. The Galaxy S10 will reportedly have a triple rear camera setup and a single front camera, while the rumored lower cost S10 model will have dual rear cameras and a single front camera.
Samsung gave the Galaxy S9+ three cameras — two on the rear and one on the front — so the jump to five total camera on the Galaxy S10+ will be a big change. An ultra wide angle camera could be a nice addition to the S10+'s regular camera and optical zoom camera, letting users capture more in a single shot. It's unclear what features the dual front cameras on the S10+ could offer, but they could allow users to add a bokeh effect to their selfies.
Are you looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S10 and its variants?