Galaxy S10 case renders lend further credence to six-camera S10+ version

Galaxy S10 case renders lend further credence to six-camera S10+ version
Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy S10 lineup has been leaking like crazy lately, foreshadowing a pretty radical reimagining of an already stunning “Infinity Display” design, as well as a few big camera upgrades.

The latest high-quality renders claiming to reveal the most important details about the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10 Lite come from reputable case maker Olixar (via equally reputable accessories retailer Mobile Fun), largely backing what Olixar rival Ghostek and serial leaker @OnLeaks recently divulged.
Specifically, it’s looking increasingly likely that the Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite will share a small, circular display hole accommodating a single selfie shooter, while the Galaxy S10 Plus goes with a larger, pill-shaped screen gap no doubt housing two front-facing cameras.

It’s currently unclear what type of dual front cam arrangement Samsung is thinking of adopting here, as the secondary lens could be used for wide-angle “groufies” or Live Focus (aka bokeh) effects.

But that fourth snapper on the back of the ultra-high-end Galaxy S10+ is expected to come with some neat 3D-sensing tricks up its sleeve for advanced augmented reality experiences that Apple’s newest iPhones aren’t even capable of.


Of course, Olixar can’t corroborate any of that, merely adding fuel to the horizontal quad-camera setup speculation fire. As for the “regular” S10 and “entry-level” S10 Lite, both phones are tipped to “settle” for triple rear-facing lens arrangements. 

Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S10 Plus should sport the largest display of the three, at a Note 9-matching 6.4 inches, with the S10 purportedly measuring 6.1 inches in screen diagonal, and the S10 Lite following in the footsteps of the non-Plus S9 with a 5.8-inch “Infinity-O” panel.

Interestingly, the Galaxy S10 trio is rendered with a top right-positioned display hole, unlike the recently unveiled Galaxy A8s. We'll just have to wait and see if all that pans out.

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