Samsung Galaxy S10 might come with OIS for the front camera

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Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to launch in two weeks and every time we think we know everything about the launch, Samsung make sure to surprise us. The same has been true this time, as the device might be coming with another unexpected feature.

According to a Chinese publication, Samsung might be planning to add OIS to the front camera of Galaxy S10. In case you don’t know, OIS stands for Optical Image Stabilization and it keeps the camera module stable so the images don’t get blurry when the user is moving while shooting the video or if the hand is shaking. It is also rumoured that Galaxy S10 will be able to record videos in 4k at 60fps using the front camera.

Not only that, a recent tweet from Evleaks suggests that Samsung might be planning to with in-display fingerprint scanner with Galaxy S10. Whatever Samsung has planned for us, the good thing is we won’t have to wait for long as the company is scheduled to launch Galaxy S10 on 20th February.

Via: Areamobile

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