Leak says Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is getting a hot new Galaxy S10+ feature we didn’t expect
We’ve been saying for months that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be the company’s most exciting smartphone in years. Excitement can often cool as more details trickle out, and we’ve seen that happen time and time again with upcoming Samsung smartphones. In the case of the company’s Galaxy S10 lineup, however, we’ve found so far that excitement has only grown as additional rumors and reports surface.
Just yesterday we learned from a source with a solid track record that the larger Galaxy S10+ phablet will have a total of five cameras onboard. We also learned exactly what each of those five lenses will do. The triple-lens camera on the back of the phone will include a standard wide-angle sensor, a telephoto sensor for optical zoom and background blur effects, and a super-wide-angle sensor with an impressive 120-degree angle of view. Then around front the phone will have wide-angle and a telephoto sensors for Portrait Mode selfies. There was an interesting tidbit buried in that report that we and other sites covering the news missed though, and it’s worth circling back to because it’s exciting news.