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?