News about Samsung’s 10th iteration of the Galaxy Smartphone has been floating around the rumor mill for quite some time now. The company is looking up to the Galaxy S10 to reawaken its dwindling smartphones business, and to achieve that, reports say it will be announcing 3 variants of the Galaxy S10 later in 2019 – that bit of info isn’t new anymore.
While these three variants have reportedly been certified in China, a new report from Korea, however, suggests Samsung could be planning a fourth top of the end variant codenamed BeyondX that could be the most premium of Samsung’s 10th anniversary Galaxy S10.
Display size is a major differentiating factor here, with the company reportedly opting for an even bigger display for the BeyondX. While the previously certified variants are tipped to come with 5.8-inch and 6.4-inch displays, the BeyondX is reportedly coming with a huge 6.7-inch display.
What is more, the device is also expected to come fitted with a Quad rear camera setup, as well as a dual front camera configuration, making it the first Samsung’s device to feature such camera arrangements. While other details remain sparse, reports have it that the said device will come with support for 5G networks, and much like the Mate 20 Pro, it is more likely to feature the reverse wireless charging feature which should enable it to wirelessly charge other devices.