Samsung Electronics has been building hype for its foldable smartphone since last year. Now that the device is close to debuting, more details about it have unsurprisingly surfaced online. 

The latest news update about Samsung foldable phone comes from South Korean news outlet ETNews. According to the site,  the handset, which is currently dubbed the Galaxy Fold, will likely sport a triple-camera setup on its back. 

Industry sources told the outlet that Samsung Electro-Mechanics, the tech giant’s electronic component manufacturing division, has already begun supplying triple-camera modules for the foldable phone that is set to debut in the first half of this year. 

The module is said to be quite similar to the triple-camera setup that’s also coming to the Galaxy S10 flagship, which is also debuting in the first half. Hence, consumers can expect the Galaxy Fold to have a primary sensor, a depth sensor for bokeh and a super wide-angle lens, according to Sammobile

Sadly, the report did not disclose any information on the possible front-facing camera technology of the Samsung foldable smartphone. It’s possible that it could come with just a lone snapper. However, a dual-lens setup is also not out of the question. 

Considering that the Galaxy Fold would be the first foldable smartphone from Samsung, it is expected to be an expensive device. It might even end up being pricier than the Galaxy flagships under the S and Note series. 

No official information on the specs and features of the foldable phone has been released yet, but the popular rumor right now claims that it could have two screens. One 4.58-inch display is said to be mounted on the outside of the product to serve as the primary screen when the device is folded. Another 7.3-inch screen is said to be found on the inside of the product to act as the tablet screen when the handset is not in its folded state. 

Samsung’s foldable phone and new Galaxy S products are reportedly essential to the company’s market performance. Samsung Mobile chief Koh Dong-jin said in November that the upcoming handsets could end the “struggling status” of the company amid the slowing down global smartphone market. 

Samsung phones Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Fold could have three rear cameras. Pictured: DJ Koh, president and CEO of Samsung Electronics, speaks during a product launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at the Barclays Center on August 9, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Drew Angerer