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Galaxy S10 Leak Reveals Triple Camera Setup

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This year has been a great one for Samsung fans. The South Korean tech-based giant launched a bunch of high-end smartphones including Galaxy Note 9, but according to multiple rumors, 2019 is going to be an even better year. The reason we are saying this is because Samsung is expected to redesign Galaxy S10 and to equip the smartphone with even more powerful specs than what Galaxy Note 9 has to offer.

Triple Camera Setup

A brand-new leak surfaced on the web today and it offers proof that Samsung wants to equip Galaxy S10 with a triple camera setup. This feature is unheard of and it will definitely give Samsung the upper hand when competing against the likes of Apple and Google.

Nonetheless, the leak shows that Galaxy S10 will feature a 12MP main camera which offers an aperture of f/1.5/2.4. Not just that, but the main camera will also be accompanied by a super wide 16MP lens and a 13MP telephoto lens which is commonly known as optical zoom. From the looks of it, Galaxy S10 will be the top choice for people who enjoy snapping pictures and record videos with their smartphones.

Expected Hardware Specs

As if the impressive triple camera setup wasn’t enough, Samsung is also expected to equip Galaxy S10 with a colossal 6.0-inches display which features a pixel resolution of 1440 x 2960. Furthermore, the upcoming flagship smartphone is going to be fueled by an octa-core PCU that clocks at 2.7GHz.

While the processor might feature impressive clock performances, Samsung is said to pair it with 6GB of RAM and a 3,500 mAh battery that will take the processor’s performances to the next level.

Galaxy S10 will launch in the first quarter of 2019 and that’s when we will get to see in its full glory, that unless a leakster manages to get his hands on the official press renders for Galaxy S10 before the launch date arrives.

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