We already know plenty about the main cameras of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Now, more detail has been revealed about the front camera and it looks like manufacturers have clearly started putting more emphasis on the selfie shooter than was previously the case.

According to a teaser video posted on Samsung's Vietnamese Youtube channel, the Galaxy S10 front camera will be capable of recording 4K video. We also know from previous leaks that the front-facing camera will shoot 10MP still images and feature optical image stabilization and dual-pixel autofocus. A secondary camera module is reserved for depth-sensing. This means a huge step up from the simple fixed-focus modules that can still be found on the front of many devices.

A couple of additional teaser videos also reveal that the S10 phones will not have a display notch and come with in-display fingerprint readers as well as reverse wireless charging. The new S10 series will be unveiled on February 20.