Samsung is definitely upping the ante with their much awaited Galaxy S10 line-up, one of which will reportedly be equipped with five cameras, according to what can be gleaned from Korean-language financial news site The Bell. This will be flanked by a 16 MP f/1.9 camera with 123-degree super wide angle lens (sans autofocus and OIS), and, a 13 MP camera having f/2.4 aperture.
Having said that, the Galaxy S10+ won't be the first Samsung smartphone to rock a dual camera setup on the front.
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We know the Note 9 is coming: Samsung sent us an invite for an unveiling on August 9.
The renders come courtesy of Evan Blass and show that the Galaxy Tab S4 looks surprisingly similar to its predecessor, right down to the "Tuned by AKG" branding.
Meanwhile, the leaked image also revealed the same near identical representation of the Infinity Display theme being adopted on the Note 9 as well.
Newly leaked images suggest Samsung's next flagship Android phone won't come with a design refresh this year.
Samsung's typically releases its new Galaxy S lineup in late February at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show. If that is the case, the Galaxy Note 9 will arrive a couple of weeks earlier than its predecessor which was released on September 15th previous year. Apart from that, the bezels on the sides of the front display also appear to be thinner than before. And for good reason: the Samsung Galaxy S10 should, after this, embark three photo sensors.