The Galaxy S10+ will pack an additional 13-megapixel telephoto lens (45-degree FOV). While the smartphone shares a lot with its predecessor, it also gets some major improvements such as a new Bluetooth-enable S-Pen, a new dual camera module on the back, better internal storage and RAM options and enhanced DeX experience. It would make sense that the next phone (or phones?) in the range features four cameras instead of three - two on the front and two on the back.
Huawei has already released a phone with a triple-lens rear camera, and it is working to upgrade that phone next month. Exactly what each of them will do remains to be seen. The pink and purple gradient finish for the device looks unlike anything we have seen from Samsung in the color department before.
The company has not officially confirmed any model name and it doesn't usually announce phones during this time of year. The Mate 20 Pro is anticipated to carry Galaxy S10-grade specs this year and might well possibly turn into the predominant iPhone XS competitor until the 2019 Android flagships arrive. The company could launch the handset when the first 5G networks roll out. Microsoft and Google events are on tap for October as well, so it's going to be an event filled month aimed at trying to rock Apple's world. The company is making three models, with screens including 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.4-inch, respectively - the smaller model would cater to budget-conscious buyers. Samsung has reportedly been testing out its in-display fingerprint scanner, so the device in question might have that as well.
Though the new color variant will be on sale soon, the phone is a Chinese market exclusive.
This is in line with what tipster Ice Universe suggested a week ago.