Samsung Galaxy S10+ Rumoured To Have A Triple Camera

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Rumoured To Have A Triple Camera - Reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature a triple camera, adding a super-wide-angle lens to the mix.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Pro (2)
Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus


It's only been a few days since Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Note9 and already, the rumour mill is up-and-running about what we can expect to see on the Samsung Galaxy S10+ which could be released next year. 

Next year is the 10th anniversary of Samsung's Galaxy S range and rumours suggest Samsung is planning a big release to celebrate. 

According to reports coming out of South Korea, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature a triple rear camera with a telephoto, wide-angle and super-wide-angle lens that range from 12-16MP. The report also suggests that Samsung's mid-range smartphones (Galaxy A series) could also see its first triple lens camera device. 

Samsung isn't the first smartphone creator to introduce a triple lens as Huawei's P20 Pro already has 3 Leica lenses built into its rear camera but if the rumours are true, the Galaxy S10+ will be the first Samsung device to feature triple lenses. The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, released earlier this year, only features dual cameras but it doesn't stop the camera impressing us, receiving 4.5 stars and currently sitting at the top of our 'best smartphones for photographers' top list.


Huawei P20 Pro (4)
Huawei P20 Pro


(Via GSMArena)

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Wife angle? That is what the normal Samsung cameras are. Do you mean ultra-wide or fish eye?

My don't they just take photos with all the cameras every time? Then you can decide later?

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