Samsung phones like the Galaxy S9 have a second app store tucked inside. It describes the facial recognition 3D Galaxy S10... Once again, Samsung is not the first one to introduce triple-camera in a smartphone; we have earlier seen a triple camera setup in Huawei P2 Pro.
According to Eugene Nahm, the new mid-range devices also feature dual rear cameras that allow users to capture professional-grade bokeh images and express themselves in a unique manner. There are some questions marks as to if the device will debut after or before the Galaxy S10.
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The front camera is hidden and will move during operation as the smartphone Vivo NEX. The 2 of the high-end models among the 3 that Samsung has plans for will have one 12MP standard camera of dual aperture, one 13MP longer focal length camera and one 16MP wide-angle camera. The main camera is expected to take the middle spot, the zoom lens will be on its left and the super-wide-angle lens will appear on the right.
Recent reports have revealed that the company will speed up the launch of the Galaxy S10 to unveil the Galaxy X shortly after.
The Samsung Galaxy J6 features a 5.6-inch HD+ (1480×720 pixels) Super AMOLED display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
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