Expected to arrive at February's MWC show, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is thought to differ from the standard model with its triple array of lenses at the rear. Now we're hearing it could also feature a dual-selfie camera at the front, taking the total camera count up to five.
Exactly how this will work remains to be seen, but it's thought the S10+ could feature a pop-up unit at the front to house the cameras and sensors, leaving the front clear for a bezel-less Infinity Display. It's an approach we've seen before in the Vivo Nex, and also tipped to be present in the next OnePlus phone.
Samsung is tipped to offer the Galaxy S10 in three sizes at launch: 5.8in, 6.2in and 6.44in, codenamed Beyond, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2 respectively. Only the largest model is tipped to feature all five cameras, while the middle model will have four (three at the back, one at the front) and the standard just three (two at the back, one at the front).
The spec of the dual-front camera is not yet known, thought the triple camera at the back is expected to be a 12Mp wide + 12Mp telephoto + 16Mp fixed-focus 120-degree super-wide lens. It's possible the selfie cameras will be specced at 8Mp and 16Mp, in line with the Galaxy A8.