Samsung Galaxy S10+ rumored to come with three, not four, rear cameras after all

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ rumored to come with three, not four, rear cameras after all
Thanks to the almost always reliable leaker @OnLeaks and a fairly reputable case maker, it looked like all the confusion over the camera arrangements of Samsung’s three upcoming Galaxy S10 variants was beginning to clear up.

But now we’re back to square one, as Ice Universe, aka @UniverseIce, claims the Galaxy S10+ will “settle” for three rear-facing shooters after all, just like the “regular” GS10, while the “entry-level” Galaxy S10 Lite could sport a dual camera setup on its back.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite would share a rather conventional single selfie snapper (most likely housed in a small, circular display hole), with the S10 Plus now widely expected to adopt dual front-facing cams forcing the enlargement of said hole.

That’s all well and good considering the Galaxy S9+ merely featured a grand total of three cameras, but what about that recently rendered six-shooter variant? Ice Universe seems pretty confident his information is legit, cryptically but suggestively telling a Twitter follower that “time will prove who is right” here, so we have a couple of theories about what’s going now.

It’s definitely possible that recent rumors and leaks calling for a Galaxy S10+ model with a quad-cam rear setup were simply erroneous, but at the same time, you shouldn’t rule out the existence of a fourth special edition.

We have no idea how that one might be called, but in addition to a sixth shooter, certain insiders expect it to support 5G connectivity, super-advanced 3D sensing technology, and accommodate up to an insane 1 terabyte of data internally. Kind of makes sense, right? That obviously doesn’t mean it’s true, though, so we should just take Ice Universe’s advice and wait before concocting overly complicated theories based squarely on hearsay.

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