There have been a lot of rumors and reports about the Galaxy S10 lineup so far and there will be more in the days leading up to the launch of Samsung’s new flagship series. The latest report brings some information about the front camera of the Galaxy S10 series. This is going to be Samsung’s first flagship lineup with an Infinity-O display.


The Infinity-O display has enabled Samsung to stretch the display even further without having to add a notch. It simply places the front camera in a cutout in the display area itself. The report claims that the front camera on all three Galaxy S10 models has a 10 megapixel sensor with optical image stabilization, dual pixel autofocus, and the ability to capture 4K video.

If this is accurate, it would make the Galaxy S10 the phone of choice for vloggers. Leaked images have shown that the Galaxy S10+ is going to have a dual front camera. It’s said that the second front camera on this device is actually for depth-sensing.

None of these details have obviously been confirmed by Samsung as yet and we can’t expect the company to ahead of its launch event. Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ at an Unpacked event on February 20 in San Francisco.

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