Samsung is working on four versions of the Galaxy S10, including 5G Galaxy S10+

Samsung may be working on four versions of the Galaxy S10, including a model with 5G Support, as indicated by a recent software teardown of the Android 9.0 Pie for the Galaxy S9+.

In an analysis of system apps found inside the Android 9.0 Pie update for Galaxy S9+, XDA team discovered mentions of devices code-named Beyond 0, Beyond 1, Beyond 2, and Beyond 2 5G.

Galaxy S10 to feature a whopping five camera: three on the rear, and two on the front

According to XDA, Beyond 0 will be a Galaxy S10 with a 5.8-inch display and single rear camera, Beyond 1 will also have a 5.8-inch display and dual rear cameras, while Beyond 2 and Beyond 2 5G will be Galaxy S10+ models. There’s the potential for a Galaxy S10+ model with support for mobile 5G.

In the XML file, the devices will support LTE and that the “Q” after the name. It’s believed that Q signifies a Qualcomm chipset inside, and if there is no Q, it’s an Exynos-powered model.

We can’t say it’s going to be true or we will see a made by Samsung phone with 5G support. There is nothing more than XML files inside of an update for Galaxy S9+. You can see the files in the screenshot below.

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According to the previous reports, Samsung is planning to bring the Galaxy S10+ with rear triple-camera setup, while both high-end variants of the Galaxy S10 are expected to get an ultrasonic on-display fingerprint sensor.

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.

Check complete Galaxy S10 round-up here.

Disclaimer: The above article is completely based on the reports from the respective sources.

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