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.
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.
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.
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.