Samsung s upcoming flagship smartphone, most probably called the Galaxy S10, is expected to be the camera, with the latest rumour suggesting an ultra-wide lens that will significantly improve image quality.
The new camera feature was spotted in a beta version of the Android Pie mobile operating system, which includes an option for "Ultra wide lens correction" within the camera settings.
Several rumours surrounding the Galaxy S10 camera have already hinted at a multi-lens setup, both on the front and rear of the device.
Last month, a report claimed that the successor to the Galaxy S9 will feature twice as many cameras as Apple s latest iPhone, with two on the front and four on the rear.
The Galaxy S10, set to launch on the 10th anniversary of Samsung s first Galaxy flagship smartphone, is also expected to shun the precedent set by Apple by using a "hole-punch" instead of notch in order to incorporate a front-facing camera.
"In Ultra wide lens, you save the picture by correcting the distortion of the background or by correcting the distortion of the person," the option within the camera settings states.
This story originally appeared on Independent.