A camera hole in the display is the hottest trend right now and everyone is jumping in. Honor teased the View 20 at an event in Hong Kong in the same day the Samsung Galaxy A8s was announced in China. However, all eyes are on the Samsung Galaxy S10 anniversary flagship and how will it implement all the new technologies.
Olixar cases of the Samsung Galaxy S10, along with pictures of the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Plus appeared online ,revealing the company is going for a massive screen, a hole in the Super AMOLED for the selfie camera and at least three horizontal shooters on the back. On top of that the Plus variant will have dual-cam setup on the front and four cameras on the back.
Looking at the renders of the Galaxy S10 in its cases, we see two similar cameras and a bigger lens in the middle - one of them will be the primary snapper, the second looks like a telephoto lens, the third could be an ultra wide-angle shooter, similar to the Galaxy A7 (2018) setup.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is pictured with a tic tac hole for two selfie cameras, but makes you wonder if one of them is going to be wide-angle snapper like the Google Pixel 3 setup or just a 2 MP depth-sensing cam for selfies.
The quad-cam setup on the back, on the other side, will likely be the same as in the Galaxy A9 (2018) - primary camera, telephoto lens, ultra wide-angle shooter and a depth-sensing camera that can’t be used on its own.
Olixar usually knows the dimensions of a phone ahead of its launch, so it can prepare its products, so we’re thinking these images are the real deal. We doubt Samsung will put the selfie camera hole in the upper right corner, given it already made its way in the upper left side of the Galaxy A8s, but we’re always up for a treat.
What's with the idea of silly holes in the display and the more and more cameras on the back? The idea of the notch and holes is already a sh*t. Please don't make it worse for adding more useless camera in the rear. I don't really find any use for ha...
"Two on the front", haven't you read the title of the article.