Samsung Galaxy S10: All You Need To Know
Korean supergiant is all set to launch Samsung Galaxy Note 9, next month on 9th August. Even before the launching of galaxy note 9, rumors regarding Samsung Galaxy S10, the next generation S-series phone have started popping. These rumors regarding, next Gen smartphone are giving us insights on what to expect from it. On top of rumors are Triple cameras and in-display fingerprint scanner. If these rumors are true, then it’s the next step for phone manufacturers. Let’s know what to expect from this new launch.
Galaxy S10 To Have Triple Lens Cameras
According to the Rumors, Galaxy S10 is expected to have triple lens cameras. If the Rumor is true then Galaxy S10 will be the first phone to sport this interesting feature.
The triple camera has a variable aperture lens and a 12MP camera along with f/2.4 aperture, with a 13MP telephoto unit and also a 16MP wide-angle camera with f/1.9 lens on top. The wide-angle camera features 123-degree field view.
Though it lacks optical stabilization and Autofocus it is the next step in this field. In short, this amazing phone is going to feature three cameras of 12MP, 13MP, and 16MP.
In-Display Fingerprint Scanner
Another rumor suggests that Galaxy S10 features In-Display Fingerprint sensor, like the sensor on Vivo NEX S smartphone. The company has manufactured three engineering variants for S10 known as Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2.
Out of which Beyond 1 and Beyond 2 both consist of the in-display fingerprint sensor. However, Beyond 0 uniquely sports a side-mounted unit, which can be placed inside of the power button. The cost of the fingerprint scanner is $15, much more than usual $2 ones. The In-display Fingerprint scanners will be manufactured for Samsung by Qualcomm.
If the above-stated rumors are true then, it is sure that Samsung is approaching progressively towards manufacturing a perfect smartphone. Also, as no other company has ever provided these features, Samsung is currently the best of all. The only thing that may matter is the cost of the phone, which is not yet unveiled.