Samsung is reportedly working on its 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 smartphone rumored to be launched next year.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Samsung will roll out the handset with six cameras and 5G support and the phone will make into the international mobile market in the mid-February of 2019. The 10th-anniversary phone – Galaxy S10 has been codenamed ‘Beyond X’, also including a wireless charging.
Rumors and leaks suggested that the Galaxy S10 will support 5G technology which means that the phone is most likely be running on Qualcomm’s upcoming 7nm chipset for 5G ready smartphones. The phone is also expected to come with a reverse wireless charging which lets users to wirelessly charge the phone by placing it on the back.
Talking about the cameras, Galaxy S10 will feature two front cameras front for selfies and four at the rear. It is neither surprising not the first time that the Korean giant is working on multiple camera phones, Samsung recently released Galaxy A9 with four rear cameras and Galaxy A7 also comes with a triple-camera setup.
A Bloomberg report explained further details of the phone codenamed ‘Beyond’. The Galaxy S10 will feature a 5.8-inch OLED curved display with almost no bezels. It will show off triple cameras at the back with the front sensor “tucked under the screen”. The handset will also feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.