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Samsung could be launched three Galaxy S10 models, one with a triple-camera setup

A few days ago Samsung will launch his new S series smartphone Galaxy S10 in this year. But a new report from ET News reconfirms this and also reveals some interesting details about the camera setup.




The new report says that the Galaxy S10 mini could be sport a 5.8-inch display. it’s now claimed that a 6.2-inch panel will be present, instead of the 6.3-inch display that was previously mentioned.

Galaxy S10 using extreme biometric technology & removed the iris scanner

Samsung planned a big camera module in his Galaxy S10 next flagship phone, he can also be surprised by Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus camera setup. Both variants come with variable aperture f/1.4 to f/2.4 best camera phone of 2018 now.

Folks, are you waiting for the better smartphone for the upgrade, especially the Galaxy S8 users. Well, you can read below to have good news. Samsung is cooking something good for everyone.

Galaxy S10 may ditch the iris scanner for on-display fingerprint and 3D sensor

Samsung has some big camera upgrades in the works, with plans for a total of three variants, which are codenamed Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2.

The first Galaxy S10 variant will have a 5.8-inch flat display panel. The other variant will also feature a 5.8-inch display with curved edges like the one seen on the Galaxy S9, and that the third variant will have a large 6.2-inch display, just like the galaxy S9+, with a triple camera lens setup at the back.

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The most premium variant is expected to sport a bezel-less display, have an in-display fingerprint sensor, and 3D Face Unlock as well.




If all go true, this will be the first time the company will incorporate such a camera. Furthermore, this will also be the first time the South Korean company will launch three variants of the smartphone.

The company is said to have already started asking its suppliers to prepare component that would allow it to start mass-producing its Galaxy S10 in late 2018 —  it is supposed to be unveiled at CES 2019, which is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas in early January – and release it by the end of February, a month following its official announcement.

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