Samsung’s smartphone business has been declining and it is reportedly banking on the upcoming Galaxy S10 to earn good profits. Recent reports have revealed the Galaxy S10 series will include an entry-level model and two higher variants. Fresh information reveals that there will be another advanced version of the Galaxy S10 that may feature a huge display of 6.7 inches. Moreover, it is also tipped to feature not three or four, but six cameras.
According to Bloomberg’s report, the Galaxy S10 variants with model numbers of SM-G970x and SM-G973x will be equipped with 5.8-inch screens. The third model has a model number of SM-G975x and it is expected to feature a 6.4-inch display. The fourth’s model number is not known, but it is expected to arrive with advanced specs since it will be debuting as the 10th anniversary smartphone from the South Korean company.
The fourth family member of the Galaxy S10 is rumored to be internally referred to as Beyond X. It is tipped to house a 6.7-inch display and carry support for 5G. This phone will be featuring a total of six camera sensors. The back panel of the phone will feature a quad camera setup. At its front will be a dual camera system. This model is also speculated to be equipped with reverse charging technology. The handset is expected to hit the market by end of Q1 or early Q2 when 5G networks become active.