The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series is looking out to become one of the most interesting phone lineups the Korean company has released in the last years. The handsets will indeed pack what we call an Infinity-O display, which basically means they’ll have a cut out hole in the screen for the front camera.
While this design is apparently already coming this month into the market with the Galaxy A8s, the Huawei Nova 4 and Lenovo’s Z5s, the bigger Galaxy S10+ will go even further and pack two in-screen front cameras.
With in-screen we of course mean cameras will be in a hole inside the display, as we are still far from the tech that could allow them to be placed behind it.
The two shooters will also be near each other, so there’ll only be one bigger cut out that rumors say will resemble the shape of a pill, probably placed in the upper left corner.
One of the two cameras is also expected to be a wide angle one and could help the primary sensor to produce a nice bokeh effect in photos, albeit that’s yet to be confirmed.
While on the front we’ll have two cameras, the back is rumored to pack three cameras, also here we can assume one of them will be a wide angle one, while the others might be with normal and telephoto lenses.
As far as the rest of the body is concerned, the Galaxy S10+ is expected to boast a 93.4% screen to body ratio, a big 4000mAh battery and the latest Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 8150 CPU.