Samsung is the largest Android OEM and they have been in the top position for years now. All thanks to the company’s S series as well as Note series. Coming next year, Samsung will be unveiling the tenth-anniversary edition of S series smartphone most probably with S10 moniker. Three devices are already rumored, but now according to WSJ, there might be a fourth device with six cameras and 5G support.
According to the source, the fourth Galaxy S10 variant will bear the codename ‘Beyond X‘. The device will sport a massive 6.7-inch display, even larger than Galaxy Note 9‘s 6.4-inch display. Other than that, this high-end Galaxy S10 variant will come with a total of six cameras(four on the back and two up front). Also, it will have support for 5G communications and reverse wireless charging like the recently launched Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
All the four variants of Galaxy S10 will be announced in mid-February. But, only the first three models will go on sale soon after the announcement. Whereas the high-end variant will be made available later when the carriers will deploy their 5G network.
As for Samsung’s foldable smartphone, it might be called ‘Galaxy Flex‘(previously rumored ‘Galaxy F’) and will also be announced sometime later next year.