We only recently published our Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus review but the smartphone business is extremely fast moving and we are already seeing the first rumors surrounding Samsung's next generation Galaxy S10 models which should be due for release sometime around the end of February 2019.

The S10 will mark the 10th anniversary of the Korean manufacturer's high-end Galaxy S line and is expected to come in three variants, with the the top-of-the-line model featuring a Huawei P20 Pro-style triple camera.

Little is known about Samsung's approach to the triple-camera concept but it's fair to assume it will offer similar features and specifications as Huawei's solution

On the Huawei a wide-angle RBG camera is combined with a monochrome sensor and a tele-camera with 3x zoom factor. So far little is known about Samsung's approach to the triple-camera concept but it's fair to assume it will offer similar features and specifications as Huawei's solution. That said, Samsung is expected to develop and implement its own sensors to differentiate the Galaxy S10 from the competition.

The Galaxy S10 base model is rumored to come with a single-camera and a 5.8" display. The second variant in the line is expected to offer a dual-camera, likely an upgraded version of the Galaxy S9 Plus setup, and the same display size, albeit with with Samsung's trade-mark curved edges.

The top-end version could feature a larger screen with under-display fingerprint reader and the aforementioned triple-camera. For now Huawei's P20 Pro is still the only smartphone with a triple-camera in the market but it looks like next year could see both Apple and Samsung enter the triple-camera segment.