Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Leaks Show That The Smartphone Would Boast Only Three Cameras On Its Back

According to some recently released rumors, the most extensive and most expensive variant of next year’s Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up, most probably the model dubbed as Galaxy S10 Plus, would come out with four cameras on its back. But, new Galaxy S10 leaks presented by Ice Universe suggest that the South Korean company is not going to release such a feature.

The new leaks from Ice Universe claim that the future Galaxy S10 Plus will be delivered with three cameras instead of four in the back as some rumored indicated. Also, information from Ice Universe suggests that the Galaxy S10 Plus will include three cameras on the back, while the cheaper Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite would only come out with two cameras.

According to Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite will both boast only a single selfies camera, while the Galaxy S10 Plus would come with a dual-camera system on the front, and would be the only one of the lineup to come out with such a feat.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Might Eventually Come Out With Three Cameras On Its Back, According To Ice Universe

While many rumors suggested a total of six cameras on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus variant, Ice Universe claimed that his information is legitimate.

The three-camera configuration will likely consist of a standard lens, a wide-angle lens, and a telephoto zoom lens, although Samsung has not yet confirmed this information.

However, the Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks indicating to an S10 Plus with four cameras on its back are coming out regularly. On the other hand, Ice Universe is a renowned leaker and, so far, he has been correct on many occasions. Only time will tell, so we’ll have to wait until February 2019 when Samsung will reveal the new Galaxy S10 lineup before the MWC 2019 event.

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