Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant will come with six cameras and 6.7-inch display

Samsung Galaxy S10 is a standout amongst the most discussed smartphones currently. We have been hearing a considerable measure about this forthcoming flagship and now the most recent report guarantees that Galaxy S10 will have a 5G variant that will sport six cameras and a big display.

A report from The Wall Street Journal asserts that the 10th anniversary of Galaxy S models will come in three variants. Along with the regular Galaxy S10, there will be a high-end “Beyond X” model that will accompany a 6.7-inch display, six cameras, and 5G support.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant will come with six cameras and 6.7-inch display

Samsung Galaxy S10 Expected Specifications

The new Samsung Galaxy S10's 5G variant is said to brandish a huge 6.7-inch display and it is conceivable that it could be one of the new notched displays that Samsung teased at its developer conference not long ago.

Next, the report recommends that the top model will pack six cameras. Two of these cameras will be on the front while the four cameras will be at the rear. The phone will likewise accompany next-generation 5G network support. The Galaxy S10 will liable to be fueled by either a Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 8150 or Samsung's own Exynos 9820 processor.

Further, the upcoming S10 smartphones are relied upon to accompany either an in-display fingerprint scanner or with a side-mounted sensor. The Galaxy S10 could likewise have the reverse wireless charging technology simply like the Mate 20 Pro.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant will come with six cameras and 6.7-inch display
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Expected Price

The Samsung Galaxy S10 expected price could be somewhere in the range of $650 and $750 (approximately Rs 46,500-Rs 53,500). According to the WSJ report, all the four models of Galaxy S10 could be declared as ahead of schedule as in mid-February. While the top model with 5G support is relied upon to arrive at whenever carriers start offering 5G service.

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