Samsung's Top Secret Smartphone is in development with 5G support and six cameras

Khawar Nazir

Based on the Wall Street Journal report, Samsung plans to launch at least four versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and surprisingly the more advanced version is expected to be equipped with up to 6 unique cameras, including a dual selfie camera and four camera lenses on the back. In addition, this device is known as "Beyond X" and is expected to launch in the US in the first quarter of 2019.

It would not only be a 5g version but will also offer the wireless reverse charging just like the Huawei Mate 20 pro. The Korean giant seems "obsessed" about going after Huawei, after the launch of Mate 20 pro as the phone not only packs an exceptional triple camera setup but many other innovative features such as wireless reverse charging and 3D facial recognition. 

Samsung Galaxy S10 lite will have a flat Infinity-O screen

The display comes in the same Infinity-O design with a hole on the left, as seen on other Galaxy S10 variants. but as Samsung is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Galaxy S lineup, the new handset will come equipped with many latest and top-tier technologies.

The new 5G variant will also come with a larger 6.7-inch display compare to the display of other three Galaxy S10 variants ranging from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches. The latest handset would not only be equipped with the most advanced technology but it will be the most expensive smartphone Samsung has ever produced.

In May 2018, Samsung acknowledged the fact that Galaxy S9 / Galaxy S9 Plus sales were not going very good, so with the upcoming product line, the Galaxy S10 is now perceived as "the new beginning" for Samsung. A desperate move to win back the customers and regain the lost market share from its competitors.

Samsung S10 will come with Exynos 9820 chipset equipped with a Dual NPU