Samsung's 'ultra-premium' Galaxy S10 model tipped to feature five cameras... in total

Samsung's 'ultra-premium' Galaxy S10 model tipped to feature five cameras... in total
For a company that prides itself on its groundbreaking mobile technologies, forward-thinking spirit, and risk-taking courage, Samsung was rather late to embrace both dual rear-facing and dual front-facing cameras on Galaxy smartphones.

But even though the company has no plans to challenge Nokia’s rumored insanity and release a flagship handset with five shooters mounted on its back, the “ultra-premium” Galaxy S10 variant could feature a grand total of five cameras.

A fresh news report from Korea, based on the usual unnamed “industry” sources, echoes previous speculation of three S10 models, anticipating a “standard” version with three cameras (two rear, one front), a “premium” phone with four cameras (three rear, one front), and the aforementioned ultra-premium edition carrying a triple rear shooter system and a dual selfie-producing setup.

That’s a whole lot of imaging sensors, and Samsung may need some external help to manufacture associated modules. In recent years, the world’s largest smartphone vendor has relied pretty much exclusively on its Samsung Electro-Mechanics subsidiary for the task, but this time, a “medium-sized” contractor is likely to enter the supply equation.

Unfortunately, as far as camera specifications are concerned, we have nothing new to report. Just because the “ultra-premium” Samsung Galaxy S10 is coming with a large number of snappers in tow it doesn’t mean said cameras will actually be the world’s most competent. But clearly, Apple and Huawei have something to be concerned about.

Related phones

Galaxy S10+
  • Display 6.4" 1440 x 3040 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 10 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Octa-core, 2800 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 4100 mAh
Galaxy S10
  • Display 6.1" 1440 x 3040 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 10 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Octa-core, 2840 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3400 mAh



1. kevin007in

Posts: 327; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

yes and S11 will have 10 cameras. we all can predict the future now. Oh and it would cost around what? $1500 or higher?


Posts: 946; Member since: Feb 23, 2014

Well it's safe to say Apple will reach the $2000 price tag faster than Samsung

3. panrt321

Posts: 100; Member since: Aug 23, 2018

Samsung copy LG?

4. umaru-chan

Posts: 372; Member since: Apr 27, 2017

Meh. Pixel will humiliate it in the blind test comparison just like previous test here and sissy Samsung fanboys will cry in the comment section.

7. drunkenjay

Posts: 1703; Member since: Feb 11, 2013

and the p20 with humiliate everyone.

5. torr310

Posts: 1708; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

damn... more cameras...more expensive!

6. MarvzIsFallen

Posts: 646; Member since: Aug 11, 2017

Even if they make it 10 it’s still ni match to iphone realistic colors. No wonder why iphone is the number 1 in camera used all over the world. Android cameras are beautiplus and saturated.

9. southernzombie

Posts: 358; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

you should seek some help. you are very delusional

11. sissy246

Posts: 7129; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

No help for this one.

10. BobbySummers

Posts: 9; Member since: Apr 04, 2017

only cause dumb people will spend anything for a apple logo, sales doesn't mean the best. If that was the case then McDonald's makes the best burger in the world and we know how silly that sounds right.

8. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

An article claiming 3 cameras, then 4 cameras, now 5 caneras? Haha. What phone has five cameras? The Note 9 technically technically has 4.

12. Droids-R-us

Posts: 35; Member since: Sep 17, 2012

Did you know that Samsung was actually the first phone maker ever to have 2 cameras on the back of a phone, long before android or iOS phones came around. So actually they did it first, pioneeing from the very beginning

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