Last month, we reported that the Samsung Galaxy S10 might come with five cameras - two in the front and three in the rear. Today, a fresh S10 leak has significantly bolstered this theory. If true, it means the S10 will almost certainly have a much better camera than the Galaxy Note 9 and might just be worth holding out for. Here are the details.
A report spotted on ET News appears to confirm a triple rear camera for the Samsung Galaxy S10. If the leaked details are genuine, the trio will consist of a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 13-megapixel telephoto lens with up to 3x optical zoom and 16-megapixel super wide-angle camera.
In July, the Korean news site The Bell made similar claims about the S10's camera. According to the Bell report, the super wide angle camera will sport a 120-degree field of view. It also claimed that there would be two cameras in the front with a second lens dedicated to selfies.
Of course, none of this has been confirmed by anyone at Samsung. However, it's worth noting that both news sites have a good track record when it comes to phone leaks.
If the S10 does come with three rear cameras, Samsung fans might want to skip the Note 9 and wait for this phone instead. As the Huawei P20 Pro showed, having three cameras really does result in superior photos - it's not just a gimmick.
Samsung will likely show off the Galaxy S10 at CES 2019 or Mobile World Congress 2019 in January and February, respectively.
Another day, another yammering Samsung Galaxy S10 rumour. Today's noteworthy leaks centre around a trio of front-facing cameras (or was that yesterday?), a 3D-face scanner, an "absolute ripper" of a CPU and a fingerprint sensor embedded right into the display. Here's everything you need to know.