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Samsung Galaxy S10’s Tripple Camera Setup Information Leaked

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It seems like the trend of dual camera setup is going to get over soon. Since there are many Smartphone manufacturers are working towards to embed one or more cameras on the rear panel.

From the last couple of weeks, we are getting different leaks that making us believe that LG is going to put a triple camera setup on it’s LG V40 ThinQ device. However, in the race of putting an extra camera on the rear panel, LG is not alone.

In fact, the Korean tech giant Samsung is also started making phones with triple camera setup, and the Galaxy A7 (2018) is the proof of it. Apart from the Galaxy A7, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is also said to have a triple camera set up on its rear panel.

And we do believe that we have a little information to share with you guys about the triple camera setup. According to a report, we can expect that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will feature an ultra-wide, a regular and a telephoto lens on its rear panel.

However back in the days, we had some information about the S10’s dual camera setup. But after the recent report, it seems like the dual camera setup is not going to make its way.

However talking about the triple camera setup, well it is expected that the main camera will be a 12MP sensor and may come with 1.4µm pixels plus a dual aperture (f/1.5 and f/2.4).  The telephoto lens is also going to be a 12MP one. Apart from these two, there will be a 13MP lens as well.

Moreover, the main attraction over here is the ultra wide camera which is said to have a 123° field of view. Also, it might sport a 12mm lens (in 35mm equivalent).

However, as of now, nothing is officially confirmed. Or we do know if Samsung is going to use the S10 name or not. Also, the device will be launching next year, so we have plenty of time to see some new leaks and reports.

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