Samsung could pack 6 cameras into its flagship Galaxy S10

Joshua Bennett
November 21, 2018

ePrice also confirmed that Samsung Taiwan has reported that the white version of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to launch on November 23. The SM-G973x and SM-G975x models will be premium variants of the Galaxy S10.

For those keeping track, that means this device will have a bigger screen than what's available on the Galaxy Note 9, which has a 6.4-inch display. This will be achieved by hiding the front-facing camera and sensors beneath the display glass via an unobtrusive lens hole.

According to WSJ, the fourth model of the Galaxy S10 5G is internally known as Beyond X and it will be released in celebration of the 10 anniversary of the Galaxy lineup. Samsung is yet to reveal any official statement on the same and it remains to be seen what all new features will the Galaxy S10 lineup will offer to the users.

The Samsung Galaxy S9+ is now available at Amazon and Walmart. The smallest would be the Lite model, followed by an S10 and S10 Plus with sizes quite similar to the S9 and S9 Plus. While the Samsung Galaxy S9's standard phone had a 5.8-inch display, the standard Galaxy S10 was suggested today to come with a 6.7-inch monstrously-large display instead. What's the deal now? Samsung will also be offering a LED Flip and protective covers for the handsets and we might see other accessories along with it when the device launches.

Samsung is bringing the world's first smartphone with four rear cameras to India. This applies to all versions of the devices, so you can choose the color and storage capacity that you want and still get the $200 savings. That may come as no surprise as the Note line pioneered the hand and pocket stretching "phablet" movement, and now nearly every smartphone made is larger than the original couple of Galaxy Note generations.

"After reorganizing its sales network in China past year, Samsung recently outsourced design and manufacturing to a local company, but so far that has not produced any noticeable results", said an industry insider.

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