Many of the reports that we have seen so far about the Galaxy S10 suggest that Samsung will offer three models of its next flagship device. A new report from a notable publication suggests that there might be a fourth model which will be at the very top of the line. This fourth model is said to feature a massive 6.7 inch display, a grand total of six cameras, and support for 5G networks.
It has been reported previously that Samsung will offer a separate 5G variant of the Galaxy S10. It was believed to be simply a variant of the 6.4 inch Galaxy S10 with a 5G modem. This report suggests that it would be an absolute beast.
As it stands, Samsung is expected to launch two models of the Galaxy S10 with 5.8 inch displays and one with a 6.4 inch display. The different models will have varying specs, some could feature an in-display fingerprint sensor and a triple-camera setup at the back.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the “Beyond X” model will be the flagship of this series. It would have a 6.7 inch display, four rear and two front cameras, and support for 5G networks. That display would be larger than one you find on the Galaxy Note 9.
The scribe adds that Samsung is also thinking about adding a reverse wireless charging feature that’s similar to the one on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. It would enable the device to charge other devices wirelessly.
Samsung is reportedly going to announce all four smartphones by mid-February at a special event. The three Galaxy S10 models may be released first while the flagship model will be released when 5G networks go live early next year.