The sensor will most likely be located on the right edge. In addition, it also comes with a bigger price tag: about $15 per sensor, compared to the $2 price for a regular one. None of this has been confirmed by Samsung so far and we can't really expect it to in the near future given that the Galaxy S10 isn't going to be released until next year.
The Galaxy X will be unveiled at CES 2019 while the Galaxy S10 will debut at MWC 2019, according to Ice Universe.
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Sources told Korean publication 'The Bell,' that the upcoming Galaxy S10+ is expected to feature a whopping five camera lenses - a front-facing dual-lens camera and a rear-facing triple-lens camera. Perhaps the design will become more popular if the entry-level Galaxy S10 turns out to be a hit. The triple camera setup features a 12 MP camera with variable aperture lens, similar to the shooter found on the S9, a 13 MP telephoto unit with f/2.4 aperture, and a brand new wide angle camera.
Samsung Ghana has introduced four new premium smartphones.
With smartphone giants revealing flagship devices one by one, the upcoming Galaxy S 10 is said to be boasting high-end features and if rumors are to be believed, it will be the costliest Samsung smartphone ever.