Now codenamed "Beyond X" behind the scenes, this is the variant that will reportedly house 5G support, a dual front-facing camera setup and four lenses on the rear. Samsung has now launched the smartphone in India, bringing a 6GB RAM and a 8GB RAM variant to the country. But given that it already has a hugely successful slate of mid-range phones, branded Galaxy A, we're not entirely sure why Samsung would want to lower the cachet of its flagship Galaxy S series. The report also quotes that Samsung's executives have revealed that the South Korean tech giant is working towards developing a new QLED display type for its upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone. The base variant is also said to be coming with a 5.8-inch display and will be missing few key features on it, just to cut down the cost.
More details about Samsung's next flagship, the Galaxy S10, as well as its foldable phone, the Galaxy F, have surfaced online.
All three unlocked models are available on Amazon and Walmart, which means you can take them to just about any mobile carrier (like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint) for activation without signing up for a two-year contract.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is completely reimagined from last year's S8, with an eye for productivity and photography thanks to a 12-megapixel rear shooter and 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The first 4G devices were incredibly battery hungry, thanks to the first-generation 4G modems that existed as a separate chip, instead of the SoC-integrated modems of later designs.
Samsung has reportedly settled on a design for the Galaxy S10 that includes a round hole in the corner for the selfie camera aka Infinity-O. Then, more and more stories started to mention a fourth version, a high-end device that would pack 5G connectivity.
Has this latest news got you all excited to see what the most premium Galaxy 10 model will offer to the masses next year?