As we head towards their launch, details for the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup are condensing. Current sentiment on the rumor mill is that Samsung will launch at least three S10 smartphones next year. One of these will be a new entry-level gadget for the Galaxy S lineup. The other two will succeed the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Today, however, we've got a report for a gadget that has seen little love from the 'mill'. Take a look below for more details.
Fresh News For The 5G Samsung Galaxy S10 Combines Earlier Reports
To say the least, reports and leaks for the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup are interesting. We've seen information claim several new features for the smartphone. These include virtual fingerprint recognition and advanced camera specifications. The latter is courtesy of the Korean media, which believes that the Galaxy S10 will integrate Time Of Flight camera sensors. These will allow the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ AR capabilities for their rear, and facial recognition capabilities for their front cameras.
However, the report for the ToF sensors has not been corroborated by a second source until. today. The Wall Street Journal also reported last month that Samsung will launch a 'special' Galaxy S10 variant with 5G connectivity and four rear cameras. Today, both of these reports receive corroboration from Ice_Universe.
Following in line with his daily routine of providing information for the Samsung Galaxy S10, Ice_Universe now shares information for Samsung's 'fourth' S10 variant. Earlier this year, a leak for the S10 lineup's internal monikers claimed that the three devices are dubbed Beyond0, Beyond1 and Beyond2. Ice_Universe believes that Samsung's first 5G smartphone will feature ToF camera sensors and a massive 6.7" screen.
Keep in mind that the Galaxy Note 9 features a 6.4" screen, and Samsung's mobile head DJ Koh claimed earlier this year that his company's first 5G gadget will not be the Galaxy S10. It's counterintuitive for Samsung to exceed the Note 9's screen size with a Galaxy S smartphone and not provide a stylus. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.