Variant of Galaxy S10 to Offer 5G, Four Rear Cameras

Variant of Galaxy S10 to Offer 5G, Four Rear Cameras


For those keeping track, that means this device will have a bigger screen than what's available on the Galaxy Note 9, which has a 6.4-inch display.

'Tis the season to snap every Christmas light and festive lunch in sight - and what better smartphone to do that on than one of our current favourites, the Samsung Galaxy S9... especially now that it's heavily discounted for Black Friday. Samsung will live stream the launch event via the company's official website.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting this week that Samsung is planning on launching a special edition Galaxy S10 variant in celebration of the Galaxy S family's 10th anniversary.

Samsung unveiled its powerful 8nm Exynos 9820 last week, which we know will headline at least one of the many Galaxy S10 models the firm has in the works.

The report also suggests the display specifications to be used in upcoming S-series - 5.8-inch flat screen for the basic variant, 5.8-inch curved display for middle one and the high-end version will come with a curved 6.2-inch display. And there'll be notches - just not the sort you've seen before. Are you waiting for the Galaxy S10? Though wouldn't that just end up being a tablet? The smallest would be the Lite model, followed by an S10 and S10 Plus with sizes quite similar to the S9 and S9 Plus. The other major addition will be support for 5G wireless networks. The A9's rear-camera setup basically includes every dual camera gimmick of the past few years: you get a wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, a main camera, and a depth camera for bokeh effects. Then there'll be another Samsung Galaxy Note around August - with a bigger display than before!

If you're an Android user, these Samsung devices are a must to get the most out of your smartphone experience.

Have a peek at the timeline below for additional insight into the next year's releases from Samsung.

The technological giant has slashed prices on all sorts of products, but most notably on a number of its most popular smartphones.

  • Terrell Bush