Samsung is perpetually facing fierce competition in the flagship category. With OnePlus 6, Huawei P20, iPhone 10, and Pixel 2 in the race, Samsung is gradually fading away from the high-end market.
Only a few months ago, Samsung tried to regain its position by launching S9 and S9+. Although the initial sales skyrocketed, it soon went downhill. This was mainly because of Samsung’s half-baked decision of keeping the design precisely same as last year flagships, only adding a few features to the S9 series.
But one feature which helped Samsung retain in the flagship market was its much advertised S9+ Camera. Other than basic Snapdragon 845 and 4 GB RAM, S9 series featured a dual aperture camera which made photography enthusiasts go crazy.
This time, Samsung might be into a five-camera setup in its upcoming S10+. According to a report from Korean Website The Bell, the Samsung S10+ will feature a triple rear camera 12MP (wide-angle) + 12MP (telephoto) + 16 MP (Wide angle with 123 degrees wide angle view) with another dual front-facing. This will surely revolutionalize the phone photography.
Earlier reports from SamMobile also suggested that S10 series will come under three variants. And two of them, including S10+, would have an under display fingerprint scanner.
The dual camera setup specifications have not been revealed yet. But selfie fans are definitely looking forward to it.
Samsung will reveal its S10 series in around next March in the Mobile World Congress. The new smartphones in the S series will assuredly electrify the event.