Samsung’s Galaxy Fold expected to rock a triple camera setup
Now we’re getting some insights into the possible camera setup of the foldable phone. According to reports coming from Samsung’s homeland and delivered by SlashGear, the ultra-premium device is expected to come with the triple camera setup that’s already been assigned to the Galaxy S10+ (there are rumors that put four rear cameras on the plus, but that seems unlikely right now), the third lens being an ultra-wide angle one.
While that makes perfect sense, some might wonder “If it will be so expensive, why not put the most cameras a Samsung phone already has?”, meaning the four-camera setup of the Galaxy A9. While there’s no definitive answer to that, we can assume that even Samsung thinks four cameras are overkill and the A9 was just a “because we can” thing.
There’s no mention of the “internal” camera setup that should accompany the foldable 7.3-inch display which is perfect for video calls. We’ve already seen in leaks that the Galaxy S10+ will have a bean-shaped hole in the display, housing two front-facing cameras, so it’s not unlikely that we’ll see the same on the Galaxy F, considering how compact that setup is.
We hinted a couple of times that the foldable phone will be an expensive one, but how expensive exactly? Well, nobody knows for sure, but experts speculate that we might see a starting price of about $1500. While that’s definitely a shocking number, keep in mind that Samsung is planning to make about a million of them in 2019 and they’re targeted more towards people that fly first class, not your average Joe.