Samsung Galaxy S10: Even as it is becoming increasingly clear that there will be three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones released early next year, there was not much forthcoming on the device that is supposed to be launched with the 5G capability. Some vague details were seen on the Geekbench results earlier but it now emerges that the fourth variant of the new phone with 5G capability might be the one Samsung would want to be treated as its special edition phone to mark the 10th anniversary of its Galaxy series smartphone releases.
Phablet-Size Display; Six Cameras
This special phone will probably have a huge 6.7-inch display and will have 6 cameras in all, possibly in the 3+3 configuration or 4+2 configuration. These details can be seen in a report that goes on to claim that the South Korean company calls this project to cover the manufacture and launch of the 5G phone ‘Beyond X’. The other three phones, the designs of which are also under being worked upon, are called ‘Beyond’ too, but with suffixes, 0, 1 and 2.
While it is more or less certain now that the in-house Exynos 9820 will be the processor fitted on the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10 Lite, the 5G variant will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor only. The reason for this is that the Exynos processor is not yet capable of supporting 5G.
More Renders of the Display Emerge
The norm with the top-end smartphones is the manufacturer holds on to the design details of their future products as closely guarded secrets, but information leaks from some component vendors or makers of covers and cases for the devices. In the case of Samsung Galaxy S10, a picture has been posted of two of the three variants to be released by the screen protector maker. These renders indicate the bezels on these phones will be almost non-existent and for the earpiece alone, a small cutout has been provided. The notch, as reported is missing.
It is learnt that all the four variants of the phone will be simultaneously announced in the month of February 2019 and later, in the month of March, one may get to see the foldable phone from the company. Any of these design aspects can change since they are mostly hearsay and manufacturers keep changing their decisions, until they can afford to do, leaving just sufficient time for the manufacturing to be completed.