The handset is also tipped to feature six cameras, including two on the front and four on the back, as well as reverse wireless charging support that would turn the Galaxy S10 5G into a power source for other devices. The Galaxy S10 has been in the rumors from few weeks and the device is said to be unveiled in February 2019. The company has been facing declining smartphone sales for some time now, and if the latest Wall Street Journal report is to be believed, it seems Samsung's 2019 strategy will be to launch a whole bunch of high-end smartphone models and let the market decide.
The previously reported three Galaxy S10 variants are said to feature two different display sizes.
Additional details from this report reveal that this humungous S10 variant will also feature a 5G modem and that Samsung has attempted to ink a deal with AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile to proliferate the use of the 5G standard.
It's not hard to imagine two cameras up front of any new Samsung smartphone, and the back already has 2, or 3, or even 4 in their latest extra-strange worldwide model called Samsung Galaxy A9. The front camera is a 24MP sensor with a f/2.0 aperture. That's likely next spring. It looks like 5G is going down a similar path for launch, with separate 5G chips. This is unlike the original Infinity O display design that Samsung showcased at its annual developer conference earlier this month that had a single hole for the selfie camera. We know Samsung is working on this style of display-it showed off the "Infinity-O" hole punch screen design at its recent developer conference, so that sounds like a good fit. The device is available for pre-order at plenty of online retailers, including Amazon India, Flipkart, Airtel Online Store, and Samsungs Online Shop.