The Galaxy S10+ would be the first Samsung smartphone with 5 cameras

Much has been talked in recent days about the launch of the Galaxy S10, a device that is expected to be presented during the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, in the month of February. Likewise, it says that the S10 will be an iconic team in the signature, and that will come in trew different versions known as Galax1y S10, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.

As the latest rumors indicate that the Galaxy S10+ will be the brand’s first in have 5 cameras, 3 sensors rear and 2 front sensors.

Why will so many cameras? To give an idea, let’s start at the back of the device, since their photo system would be similar to what we see in the Galaxy S9+, that is to say, the main sensor will be the one that has the larger opening (lower number), while the second sensor will be a telephoto for pictures of objects at long distance, while the third will be a wide angle.

Until today, the Huawei P20 Pro is the only smartphone with a camera system triple, but the third sensor is a monochrome sensor for black and white photographs, so that Samsung will offer an alternative similar to the mobile with dual camera of LG, which have a wide angle.

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On the other hand, in the front area we will have a dual camera as already seen in the Galaxy A8+, which allows us to make the bokeh effect without relying entirely software, so that we have results more real and much more defined.

Likewise, it is expected that this will be the first Samsung smartphone with a facial recognition system with infrared as with the iPhone X, so that one of the two front-facing cameras could help with this task.

It is still too early to know if the Galaxy S10+ will be the first smartphone in the world with 5 cameras, because we are to little time to get to know the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, both of which could earn him the title to the S10+ from Samsung.

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