We have been mostly preoccupied with the punch-hole selfie camera on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+, but besides knowing the S10+ will have a triple rear camera we have not heard much about the specs of the shooter.
Now Max Weinbach from XDATV has pulled together some information from different sources and offered more information.
He revealed the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have normal and super-wide lenses on its two rear cameras, while the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will add a telephoto lens.
The purported specs include:
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 OIS
The lenses will be arranged horizontally such as in the render above, with the Flash on the left and the Heart Rate Sensor on the right.
Max also notes like its competitors, the camera will have Bright Night AND portrait lighting like the iPhone, Mate 20 Pro, Mi Mix 3, and like most other phones. It’s called stage lighting in the code.
Samsung will be unveiling the devices on the 20th February at the Unpacked event, but given how things normally go, I expect we will see full hands-on videos will before this.