After Samsung released Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9, the spotlight is on its next flagship series phone – Galaxy S10. Samsung is expected to implement new design and some hardware changes on its upcoming 10th anniversary smartphone. The rumors suggest that Samsung is planning to release 4 variants of Galaxy S10 from budget to premium version. The major difference in these variants would be camera specifications.
The entry level Galaxy S10 is going to feature two cameras on back side and single on front. The premium feature may have two dual and triple camera for front and back side. As per rumors, it is going to have an infinity 6.7 inch display and four camera lens at back side and two for front. This model is also speculated to have 5G support. The other variants will feature 5.8 inch and 6.4 inch displays.
Samsung is also going to add new software features to get the best photography experience. The Galaxy S10 is expected to reach the users by the early next year. The 5G support may not be released until 5G networks go live. This model is going to be one of the most expensive model in S series. Samsung Galaxy S10 is reportedly going to have reverse wireless charging feature which is already exist in Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
The company recently unveiled its latest next generation processing chip which supports on-device Artificial intelligence. The regular optical finger print scanner will be replaced by much advance ultrasonic in-display sensor, at least on the two premium models. The code names for these Galaxy S10 models are Beyond 0, Beyond 1, Beyond 2 and Beyond X.