Samsung is planning to introduce triple camera setup on its next year’s flagship device – Galaxy S10, following the footprints of Chinese tech giant, Huawei. However, the South Korean tech leader will reportedly move a step further with the introduction of 3D sensor for facial biometric identification.
Galaxy S10 with Triple Camera
This has been revealed through a latest report published by The Investor that refers to South Korean market analysts claiming that Samsung is likely to equip Galaxy S10 with a triple camera setup along with a 3D sensor for facial recognition; somehow similar to the Face ID in Apple’s iPhone X.
If the report proves true, the Galaxy S10 would become the first Samsung device to feature a 3D sensor for facial recognition. While the triple camera on rear of the device is expected to capture clear and crispy images with different angles while enhancing phone’s AR capabilities.
Kim-Dong Won, an analyst from KB Securities says:
Samsung, which has a lower-than-expected demand for its latest Galaxy S9 lineup, will consider equipping its next premium phone with the triple cameras and a 3-D sensor to reinvigorate its smartphone business.
Not to mention that triple camera setup has already been introduced by Huawei through its latest venture, Huawei P20 Pro. The handset features a 40MP main sensor along with a 20MP monochrome lens and an 8MP depth sensor. On the other hand, Apple is also reported to join the race and introduce a triple camera setup for the upcoming iPhones; though not sure when to launch.
However, Samsung and Apple are likely to unveil their premiere triple camera setup by the Q1 of 2019. Let us wait and see if our prediction comes true. Meanwhile, share your views in the comments’ section below.