The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 was rumored to have five, and then six cameras, with two of them on the front. They won’t be just numerous but apparently, they’ll also allow you to shoot pretty high-quality selfies. In the latest teaser video posted by Samsung Vietnam, it’s been revealed that the front camera will be capable of shooting 4K videos.
Other than shooting 4K video, the S10’s camera will shoot 10MP stills. It will also feature optical image stabilization and dual pixel sensor. The secondary camera module will be used for depth-sensing, which isn’t a common feature of smartphone front cameras. Apparently, the upcoming Galaxy S10 is aimed at selfie shooters more than the previous models.
In addition to the camera features, two other short teasers reveal that the Galaxy S10 will come won’t have a display notch, it will have in-display fingerprint readers, and support reverse wireless charging. According to GSM Arena, we can expect the official unveiling pretty soon: the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be introduced on 20 February 2019.