Samsung has been rumored to be planning to include one in a Galaxy phone since the S8, and it may finally be ready to with the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10 will be the first smartphone to come powered by the all-new Exynos 9820 SoC. As seen in the teaser images, the Exynos 9820 also comes with an integrated NPU for processing AI tasks. The chipset also supports displays with resolutions of up to 3840 x 2400 or 4096 x 2160, single lens cameras of up to 22MP, dual-lens ones of 16MP, and 8K video recording at 30 frames per second.
The new Exynos 9820 is built with an 8-nanometer process and has eight CPU cores, coupled with an ARM Mali-G76 graphics processing unit.
Samsung expects Exynos 9820 to be in mass production by the end of 2018. Now, known tipster Evan Blass has joined the party, revealing few important details about the smartphone.
Are you looking forward to purchasing Samsung's foldable device? These will consist of a standard camera sensor, a wide-angle lens, and a telephone lens.
According to the Twitter tipster, who has an nearly impeccable track record when it comes to forecasting the next-generation hardware from Samsung, the Galaxy S10 will have a three camera set-up on the back of the phone which will consist of a wide-angle, a telephoto lens and a primary shooter. This would make the sensor more accurate than current in-display sensors - not to mention easier to use.
The biggest one is a supposed "punch hole" element in the front display to house the front-facing selfie camera. The Galaxy S10 will run a custom version of Android 9 Pie - One UI which was announced last week. You may not need it, but for those who have a lot of stuff saved on their phones, this will be a welcomed improvement.