Samsung Galaxy S10+ likely to feature triple-lens camera

Samsung Galaxy S10+ likely to feature triple-lens camera

Samsung Galaxy S10+ likely to feature triple-lens camera

Samsung will be coming out with three new models for its Galaxy S line anniversary and apparently they will all have different fingerprint scanners.

There are also some more interesting things leaked with the renders. A separate report also claims that two variants will have fingerprint sensors embedded under the display, while the third will have a side-mounted one.

The South Korean company Samsung wants to make its next flagship Galaxy S10 a truly unique device. Beyond 1 and Beyond 2 will have, finally, the much-delayed in-display fingerprint scanner. A technology used brilliantly by the iPhone X (including the version 2018 has delivered new rendered) with Face ID and its 3D sensors. Once again, Samsung is not the first one to introduce triple-camera in a smartphone; we have earlier seen a triple camera setup in Huawei P2 Pro.

On the optics front, the device sports a single 13-megapixel sensor on the rear panel with a f/1.9 aperture and an LED flash. The sources added that a 16-megapixel "super-wide angle" camera will be added to greatly improve landscape photography.

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"Only great teams can be as courageous as we were and fight back from a goal down against teams like England ", Mandzukic said. The country selected 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of the 2018 World Cup and they are Moscow, St.

The analyst expects Samsung to ship 31 million units of the Galaxy S9 smartphone, compared with about 50 million units of the Galaxy S7 in 2016, according to the Journal report.

All these will have a direct impact on the price of Galaxy S10 and would end up tagging it with the most expensive smartphone ever made by Samsung.

In fact, Samsung Galaxy S9's variant of 64 GB storage variant is priced at Rs 57,990 and with this, the company is offering a flat instant cashback of Rs 5,000.

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