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The Samsung Galaxy S10+ may also include two selfie cameras

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The Samsung Galaxy S10+ may also include two selfie cameras
Samsung Galaxy A8+ with two selfie cameras

Following in the footsteps of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 series, a new report from Korean publication The Bell suggests Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ will also employ a new dual-camera system up front.

Now, although it’s unclear which exact sensors will be applied in the new setup, the layout looks set to be inspired by the setup present on the Galaxy A8 and A8+. Ultimately, this means that significant improvements to the bokeh effect are to be expected alongside the traditional jump in overall image quality. It is worth, noting, however, that this dual-camera offering will be exclusive to the Galaxy S10+, with the other two rumored models settling for a more tradition single-lens offering, much like this year’s Galaxy S9 line.

In addition to the selfie cameras, today’s report also reconfirms recent information that claimed the largest model would boast a triple-camera layout on the rear. This setup will include a main variable aperture sensor, much like this year’s flagships, alongside a super wide-angle camera and a telephoto lens. Much like the dual setup up front, though, the rear triple-camera layout will be exclusive to the Galaxy S10+. This means that those who purchase either of the other two smartphones will have to make do without a telephoto lens. 

Aside from the camera configurations, both the regular Galaxy S10 and S10+ also look set to ship with new in-display fingerprint sensors, removing the need for any sensors on the rear. When it comes to the smaller model, however, Samsung is rumored to be including a side-mounted scanner that could potentially be integrated into the power key.

source: The Bell (translated) via: Nashville Chatter

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