Samsung Galaxy S10: Tri-Lens Setup Too Similar To LG V40!

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The Galaxy S10 is the next major smartphone to come from Samsung and fans of the company cannot wait for it. This is especially after learning that the S10 will celebrate the series tenth-anniversary. With such an occasion in mind, there is no doubt that Samsung is planning a stunner with the S10.

The leaks on the phone are backing this up as they continued highlighting on revolutionary bits with the phone. The latest leak showed to the world the S10 with a tri-lens rear camera setup.

Today, a newer leak came online to detail on the camera features and it raised an interesting debate. The info claims that the main camera will be a 12-megapixel f1.5/2.4 variable aperture lens. This will be supported by a super wide 16-megapixel sensor with f1.9 aperture and a 120-degree field of view, as well as a 13-megapixel telephoto lens (aka optical zoom) with an f2.4 aperture.

It’s a setup that is very similar to the LG V40 and the technical differences are with the use of OIS and EIS on certain lens over the other. The question is, can the S10 do better than the V40 in the field of mobile photography?