Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders revised with four rear cameras


Revised Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders shows a correction in the previous renders. Well, the dual cameras on the front panel still prevail, but now we’ve got four cameras on the rear.

The surprise is pleasing, and its quite an upgrade if we look at the previous iterations of the Galaxy phones. If the renders are true, the Galaxy S10+ will become quite a compelling package from Samsung.

For now, the camera arrangements on the smartphone is unknown. We expect to see the same formula from the Galaxy A9 (2018) with wide, ultra-wide, tele and depth sensor. Samsung will upgrade the optics both on hardware and software level on the smartphone.

Other changes on the smartphones revise the bezels around the smartphone. Now, the bezels appear to be slimmer in comparison to the early renders. Also, now the smartphone renders measures 157.5 x 75.0 x 7.8mm. That’s very close to the dimensions of the Galaxy S9+ (158.1 x 73.8 x 8.5mm), despite the screen growing to 6.4” (up from 6.2”).

Note that the ultrasonic in-display reader on the smartphone may increase the thickness of the device by a millimeter. The maximum thickness on the smartphone will be 9mm.