Forget the iPhone XS and XR for a second, as more rumors with Samsung's next best have been online. The South Korean giant is already working on three devices that will compete against Apple's three new iPhones. Samsung will celebrate ten years of Galaxy S phones next year, and the Galaxy S10 Series will deliver a host of exciting features over the Galaxy S9 line.
A Korean News Report ETNews states that Samsung's best Galaxy S10 version comes with as many as five cameras, including three at the back and two at the front. The other models are expected to have single-lens selfie cameras and double and triple cameras on the back.
Samsung would not be the first company to sell smartphones with so many cameras on the back. Huawei already launched such a phone this year and is preparing to launch another second month. Mate 20 Pro is expected to deliver Galaxy S1
But ETNews states that Samsung will have a harder time to secure camera module supply for its Galaxy S10 line, given the additional number of modules it needs for each device and it seems to diversify suppliers.
A report from Techno Buffalo showed a few days ago that a trusted source shared details about Samsung Galaxy S10 plans. The company makes three models with 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.4 inches respectively. The smaller model will accommodate budget-conscious buyers.
Allotted, we still need more information about this cheap Galaxy S10, but it seems that the phone will not be able to compete against the iPhone XR. Apple's "cheap" new iPhone is as powerful as the iPhone XS models, and Apple dreamed a significantly improved single-lens camera experience for the iPhone XR. Apple is not expected to add a third lens to its premium phones anytime soon.
According to Techno Buffalo three Galaxy S10 phones will have a 12 megapixel wide-angle lens (78-degree FOV) and a 16-megapixel super wide-angle lens (123-degree FOV). The Galaxy S10 + will pack an additional 13 megapixel telephoto lens (45 degrees FOV). Telephoto and wide-angle lenses will also provide optical image stabilization, and all three phones will have dual-opening cameras.
The report also shows that Samsung actually tests fingerprint sensors on the Galaxy S10 display, but technology will not make it to next year's Samsung flagship. Many reports so far said that the Galaxy S10 would be the first Samsung phone to make use of the technology. The source acknowledged that it is still flux and it can change next year when Samsung will uncover the phones.