Four months since the release of the Galaxy S9 and S9+, it has emerged that Samsung intends to release 3 new Galaxy S models next year, the S10, S10+ and the reduced-price entry version of the S10, similar to Apple’s planned release of the second-generation iPhone X, iPhone X Plus and the lower priced LCD model.
It is also possible that the Galaxy S10+ will incorporate both a dual-lens front camera and a triple-lens rear camera, consisting of a 16-megapixel 120 degree ultra-wide-angle lens in addition to the 12-megapixel wide-angle-lens and 12-megapixel telephoto lens present on the Galaxy S9 and S9+.
In contrast the standard Galaxy S10 is expected to have a single-lens front camera whilst retaining the triple-lens rear camera, and the entry-level S10 will only feature a double-lens rear camera, and a single-lens front camera.
This again bears a distinct similarity to Apple’s intended introduction of at minimum one iPhone with a Triple-lens rear camera. The smartphones, expected to be unveiled by Samsung at the Mobile World Congress next February and releases in March will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner, in addition to possible 3D facial recognition along the lines of Face ID on the iPhone X.