As the year draws to a close, rumours of Samsung’s yet to be announced Galaxy S10 smartphone have begun cropping up online. The latest of these rumours are now suggesting that the Korean brand’s next flagship phone will feature six cameras, among other features.
According to Techspot, Samsung is reportedly working on making four different variations of the Galaxy S10. Out of the four, three of them will feature display sizes ranging from 5.8-inches to 6.4-inches, and will have three to five cameras installed in them. Mind you, these variations won’t be the flagship model.
The flagship Galaxy S10 will reportedly feature a huge 6.7-inch display, will house a total of six camera sensors. More importantly, Samsung is future-proofing this variant by making it 5G ready.
These reports about the camera run concurrent with earlier rumours that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 high-end smartphone will come in a variety of sizes and house more than just a dual camera setup. The display has also been a subject of intense speculation, with one report suggesting that the phone’s display could feature a “punch hole” design.
At this stage, there’s still no solid information regarding the rest of the phone’s hardware. But it goes without saying that it’ll definitely sport a brand new Exynos SoC that would rival Qualcomm’s own upcoming Snapdragon 8150 SoC.
As always, until Samsung’s make an official announcement about the Galaxy S10, do take this news with a large pinch of salt.