New rumors have emerged about Samsung's new Galaxy S10. Expected model with a 6.7-inch screen and six total cameras, three in front and three in back
Just like Apple did with the iPhone X on the 10th anniversary of the launch of its iconic smartphone, Samsung is also planning a new Galaxy S10 that will forever revolutionize the design and some typical features of its top-of-the-line phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, according to the latest rumors coming from sources inside the South Korean company, will have six cameras, a 6.7-inch maxi-screen and even built-in 5G connectivity. The Galaxy S10, which is expected to be unveiled by Samsung in early 2019, will be a phone available in as many as 4 different variants. In addition to the 6.7-inch one, we find the "smaller" S10 with a 5.8-inch screen, then there will be another variant with a 6.1-inch screen and finally the last 6.4-inch one. At least this is what emerged from the codenames of the devices leaked on the Net. The three Galaxy S10s with smaller screens are identified as "Beyond 0", "Beyond 1" and "Beyond 2" while the 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 is called as "Beyond X".
How the new Galaxy S10 will look
Only the 6.7-inch model will have a total of six cameras, the 5.8-inch model will have three (two at the back and one at the front), while the 6.4-inch version will have five. The phones will also differ in terms of the notch on the screen. The smaller Galaxy S10 will have a small teardrop notch, the two intermediate models will have a V-shaped notch and a circular notch placed on the left side and not centrally. The largest model, on the other hand, will have a full-view screen without any interruption and therefore without any notch, or notch as you like. The cameras will therefore be integrated and hidden in the screen.
Many of you may be wondering how the six total cameras of the 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 will be arranged. Simple, three sensors in the front and three in the back. In practice, the same solution chosen by Honor for the Magic 2. As for the processor on board we should find the Exynos 9820 of the same Samsung. Although in 5G models, which at least at the beginning will be sold only in South Korea and the United States, there should be the alter-ego of Qualcomm that already provides integration for 5G that the chipset of Samsung instead does not have.