The South Korean company, Samsung Electronics, is planning to launch three variants of the Galaxy S10 flagship next year, including a premium large-screen Galaxy S10+ whose project name is Beyond 2, a standard Galaxy S10 or Beyond 1 and a cheaper version or Beyond 0.
According to the South Korean news outlet ETNews, the most premium Galaxy S10 model will feature a whopping five camera lenses — a front-facing dual-lens camera and a rear-facing triple-lens camera.
The standard Galaxy S10 model will come with a front-facing single-lens camera and a rear-facing triple-lens camera, while the cheaper version to come with a front-facing single-lens camera and a rear-facing dual-lens camera.
Here’s how the triple-lens camera system in the next year’s flagship device will improve the profits of the company.
Samsung could launch the Galaxy S10 flagships during MWC 2019 in February. It is also rumored to be preparing a Foldable smartphone for CES launch in January next year.
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Disclaimer: The above article is completely based on the reports from the respective sources.