The complete technical data sheet of the Galaxy S10 triple rear camera sensor has just appeared on the web. We discover the complete configuration of this triple module, which will be offered on one of the 3 variants of the Galaxy S10.
Claud Yau, a leaker specializing in Samsung’s products, has just posted on his Twitter account a complete summary of the modules that will be included in the Galaxy S10.
About the next Galaxy's Camera pic.twitter.com/OkSQVjroQg
— Claud Yau (@claud_yau) October 2, 2018
According to this new leak, the triple S10 photo sensor is composed of a 12MP lens with variable aperture between f/1.5 and f/2.4 with a 78° viewing angle and electronic image stabilization (OIS). As a secondary sensor, the smartphone is equipped with a 16MP lens with f/1.9 aperture and a 12° viewing angle. There is also a 13MP lens with f/2.4 aperture and a 45° viewing angle.
In addition to this top-of-the-range Galaxy S10 with a triple camera sensor and probably an in-display fingerprint sensor, Samsung will also offer a cheaper Galaxy S10 with a single rear sensor and a curved screen.
There have been a plethora of leaks surrounding the Galaxy S10. However, most of them are based on rumours and speculation with practically nothing, including its name, being confirmed by the company. There is a possibility that the device will support 5G networks. Going by Samsung’s popular trend, it’s safe to say it will probably have a screen size of 6.0 inches or more and a Super AMOLED display. So far so good, the company has managed to stay away from the popular notched display trend of 2018 when it comes to its flagship smartphones. It would be interesting if Samsung chooses to continue to stray away from the notch even with its Galaxy S10.