Samsung Galaxy S10 is definitely one of the most awaited smartphones that will be releasing next year, and Samsung is probably going to bring it with a few surprises. Samsung, according to previous leaks, was supposed to launch three variants of the Galaxy S10. But according to a new report on WSJ, Samsung may be gearing up to launch a fourth special edition.
Samsung’s four different Galaxy S10 variants will reportedly come with screen sizes ranging from 5.8 to 6.4-inches. Three of the models will be launched at MWC 2019 in February, while the fourth variant will be launched later in Spring. This fourth variant of the Galaxy S10 is set to have 5G capability, and a 6.7-inch display along with six camera lenses. Two of these lenses will be on the front, while the other four will be at the back. This is contrary to what was previously known, which was two cameras in the front, and three on the back of the phone.
The three camera setup that was previously rumored was set to have two lenses with sensors that would be the same as the Galaxy S9+ while the third camera sensor would have a 120-degree wide-angle lens. The report from WSJ does not go into details about the cameras but does mention, “richer photos and better spatial perception.”
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The other feature that the report discusses is “reverse” wireless charging that would essentially give the phone capability to charge other wireless devices like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The report also mentions that Samsung will probably announce the device in February, but it will be available much later and would depend on when the carriers move to 5G.