From recent rumors it became known that Samsung plans to introduce three smartphones in the Galaxy S10 line. Today, the Wall Street Journal and the Korean edition have announced that there will be a fourth separate 5G version.
Its code name is Beyond X, and it will be released in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy lineup. It is expected that the smartphone will have a 6.7-inch display and 6 cameras: 4 at the back and 2 more in front.
The 4th camera should work with time-of-flight technology, which very accurately recognizes three-dimensional objects. There are also rumors that the smartphone will support reverse wireless charging – that is, other smartphones can be charged by attaching it to the Galaxy S10 5G. And unlike the Mate 20 Pro with the same technology, but with a power of only 2.5 W, Samsung will have 10 watts.
The manufacturer of accessories for mobile devices Olixar has published renders of covers for the line of smartphones Galaxy S10, thus revealing their appearance.
Rumors say that Samsung is preparing three models: 5.8-inch S10 Lite, 6.1-inch S10 and 6.4-inch S10 Plus.
For all three, the front camera will be located in a separate hole in the display in the upper left corner. The S10 Lite and S10 are expected to have one front-facing camera, while the S10 Plus has two.
On the back of the manufacturer will place the camera sensors in a horizontal orientation. The younger models will have 3, and the flagship – 4.
Many will appreciate the headphone jack on the bottom. Rather, all will show the new smartphones on the MWC 2019.