Courtesy of our favorite leakster
Samsung’s set to launch the Galaxy S10 family in a few weeks, so that means leaks, leaks, and more leaks before the launch. Evan Blass, or @evleaks as he’s more popularly known just tweeted a live photo of the rear panel of the said flagship.
While there are already leaked renders of the device, seeing allegedly live images of the new phone allows us to take a deeper look at the details of the triple camera module. One thing that’s apparent is that there’s a substantial bump to the triple camera lens, enough that the phone probably won’t sit flat when it’s placed on a table.
As for the actual cameras, we expect Samsung to put in a normal lens, a wide angle camera and a zoom lens, which is pretty much what other companies are doing nowadays for triple-camera flagship phones. Interestingly enough, the rear doesn’t show any fingerprint scanner at all, which fits speculation of Samsung integrating a fingerprint scanner into the display of the S10.
The Galaxy S10 family is scheduled to be unveiled just before MWC in the US.