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Samsung to introduce a "super wide angle" lens on the Galaxy S10?

By Cookie Monster - on 8 Jul 2018, 12:00am

Samsung to introduce a "super wide angle" lens on the Galaxy S10?

Image source: AllAboutSamsung

AllAboutSamsung has exclusive information on the triple-camera setup of the third Samsung Galaxy S10 model. 

According to AllAboutSamsung, the triple-camera setup of the Galaxy S10 will consist of a primary 12MP sensor (similar to the Dual Aperture lens of the Galaxy S9), a 123-degree 16MP f/1.9 wide angle lens, and a 13MP f/2.4 lens. The "super wide angle lens" could also be used on the dual-camera module of the second Galaxy S10 model. There will be no autofocus or optical image stabilization for the "super wide angle lens". If this is true, Samsung will be not using the telephoto lens on the second Galaxy S10 model.

ETNews reported last month that Samsung is planning to launch three Galaxy S10 models. The three Galaxy S10 models are known internally as Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2. Beyond 0 is the "entry-level" model while Beyond 2 is the flagship model with a triple-camera system. The Galaxy S10 is expected to be announced in February 2019 at Mobile World Congress. 

Source: AllAboutSamsung via SamMobile

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