The South Korean company, Samsung Electronics, is planning to unveil its first 5G network-enabled phone at the MWC 2019 in Barcelona in February, aiming to launch the phones in March upon commercialization of wireless 5G services, according to KoreaHerald. This report reconfirms the last report from the Wall Street Journal.
According to The Wall Street Journal that Samsung is working on a ‘Top-Secret’ Galaxy S phone with 6 cameras and much more.
The 5G Samsung phone could feature a 6-camera setup, two front-facing cameras as well as four on the back of the device. These cameras “promise richer photos and better spatial perception” report added.
Further, the device will feature a massive 6.7-inch display, and reverse wireless charging (you can charge another phone with it.) It may also offer 5G support, internally referred to as “Beyond X.”
According to the previous rumors, the Galaxy S10 will have four different models – an entry-level model with mid-range and a cheaper one — a top-end model with 5G support.
The WSJ reported that the first three models could be announced at CES 2019 in January and then released to stores in February. Samsung might launch the Galaxy S10 with 5G support, in late February at MWC 2019.
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