After probably hundreds of leaked renders showing the hole punch display, this time we are looking at the rear of the device. Max Weinbach from XDATV has pulled together some information from different sources. He says that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have normal and super-wide lenses on its two rear cameras, while the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will add a telephoto lens.
This down is more rumors than facts I know but I think its accurate:
Ultra Wide: 16MP, F1.9, 123 degrees, no auto focus or OIS
Normal: 12MP, F1.5/2.4, 78 degrees, auto focus and OIS
Telephoto (S10+ only): 13MP, F2.4, 45 degrees, auto focus and OIShttps://t.co/FgfoGhKP3W
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) January 13, 2019
So, here are the specs –
- Ultra Wide: 16MP, F1.9, 123 degrees, no autofocus or OIS
- Normal: 12MP, F1.5/2.4, 78 degrees, autofocus and OIS
- Telephoto (S10+ only): 13MP, F2.4, 45 degrees, autofocus and OIS
The arrangement of the lenses will be horizontal like we saw on the Note 9. There will be the flash on the left and heart rate sensor on the right.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 and Plus on 20th February, at the Unpacked Event. Keep following for more news.