Samsung Galaxy S10 can be available with six cameras and a massive 6.7-inch screen, according to the latest round of…
Samsung Galaxy S10 can be available with six cameras and a massive 6.7-inch screen, according to the latest round of leaks and rumors.
However, the phone can sit next to the more traditional models and include a new S10 device encoded Beyond X. According to the Wall Street Journal, this phone will be announced alongside the S10, but may not be launched until later this year.
WSJ also suggests that we may see a fourth handset – possibly the final version of Samsung’s phone.
Beyond X may well include new camera sensors that offer more advanced depth information and perhaps more zoom and wide angle options.
Samsung could therefore start a pair of traditional Galaxy S models, S10 and S10 + while adding a new model to the range. That means it will not be a disappointment for customers who simply want an improved version of the S9 phones.
The Beyond X device would also offer support for brand new 5G networks that are launching worldwide. In the UK, EE has already confirmed 16 areas as it will offer the new mobile services in 2019.
Three and Vodafone also launch 5G networks but not until 2019.
Galaxy S10 and S10 + rumors from trusted readers like Evan Blass suggest that we see a fingerprint scanner on the screen and a brand new type of screen that does not have a big hack.
Instead of placing the front cameras behind a black bar at the top of the screen, the S10 phones will instead have a hole in their OLED.
According to leaker Ice Universe this hole process will be exclusive to Samsung but will eventually find its way to other devices.
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At the 2018 Samsung Developer Conference, the company also showed charts for new screens.
Called Infinity-U, Infinity-V, Infinity-O, and New Infinity These panels use different technologies to contain the front camera.
Infinity-U is a small hack, V is a more angular (incredibly V-shaped) cut-out and Infinity-O is a circular hole for the selfie camera.
It’s Infinity-O that will be used on the S10 devices, according to most of the latest leaks.
Samsung usually announces its flagship phone around the mobile industry’s trade fair, Mobile World Congress. That event takes place in late February with the phones being sold in mid March.