Samsung Galaxy S10+ Gets Triple Camera, Intro Video

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Samsung Galaxy S10 is going to have to be special, since it’s also an anniversary model. 10 years of Galaxy S is mighty impressive, even though the first years were the “iPhone clone” years. Samsung has come into its own really since the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S10 may mark a new milestone. Let’s see what the designers of Techconfigurations have proposed for this device.

We actually seeing the Samsung Galaxy S10+ here, with a crazy triple camera at the back. The Huawei P20 Pro inspiration is obvious, but in a different format. There’s an in display fingerprint scanner here, something that was expected for the Note 9 actually. The screen bezels are even narrower now compared to the Galaxy S9+. The screen to body ratio has increased to 85% and we’re dealing with a 6.2 inch AMOLED panel here, plus 4 or 6 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 855 processor.

The camera setup includes a 24 MP + 8 MP + 12 MP triple primary cam, while the front shooter goes to 12 MP and has a retina scanner, plus 3D face recognition. Yes, I know it’s too much… IP68 is still here and the back is still all glass. “Retina” scanner sounds absurd, since a handset’s camera can’t go right into the retina, which is at the back of the human eye.

I honestly expect Samsung to come up with a notch or two on the Galaxy S10 or maybe a facade that’s all glass, zero cutouts. Go nuts with it!

[via Techconfigurations]

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