AllAboutSamsung has shared photographs of the "medium size" Galaxy S10 and the bigger Galaxy S10+. Superficially, they don't appear to uncover much that we haven't just observed, yet the back of the gadgets gives some lucidity to the camera circumstance. We've known for some time that the Plus model will have triple back cameras, yet the quantity of cameras on the standard model has been far from being obviously true. A few renders have appeared two cameras, while others delineated three.
In these new photographs, we can obviously observe both Galaxy S10 models have triple cameras on the back. The three cameras are said to be "super" wide-edge, "standard," and fax. The wide-point camera will be 16MP, f/1.9 opening, 123-degree field of view, and it won't have OIS or self-adjust. The standard camera is 12MP with the double opening of f/1.5 and f/2.4. Finally, the fax camera will be 13MP with an opening of f/2.4. As recently appeared, bigger model additionally has double front cameras, while the standard model just has one.