Just as Apple introduced a radical new design for the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be the company’s biggest phone release in years.
The Galaxy S10’s release mark the 10th anniversary of the flagship’s release and Samsung seems to be pulling out all the stops.
According to rumours, there will be four different models, 5G support, in-display fingerprint scanner, under-screen camera and more.
But the latest rumour from the Wall Street Journal is that the special edition will have a massive 6.7-inch display, which translates into a much larger one than the current latest Note series that is 6.4-inches, six cameras, and 5G support.
The six cameras that will be on the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be divided two in the front and four in the back. This contradicts previous rumours which claimed that the 5G variant will boast two cameras in the front and three in the back.
The report from the WSJ does not go into details as to what features the cameras will have but they are said to be able to produce “richer photos and spatial perception.”
The special edition of the Galaxy S10 will be launching any time in early-mid February.
In addition to four new Galaxy devices, Samsung is also working on a foldable phone that’s expected to launch in March, a month after the S10 models.