Earlier we had few rumors about Samsung planning to introduce a dedicated 5G variant of the new Samsung Galaxy S10. We also got few details leaked through firmware of the device. Now few more rumors about the special edition of Samsung Galaxy S10 popped up online.
Various leaks and rumors about Samsung Galaxy S10 to come in four models will have an in-display fingerprint scanner, in-display camera, and 5G support. As per the WSJ report, all the above-leaked features turns out to be true. Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in three models with screen size varying between 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches which will be unveiled in Feb 2019.
The fourth model of Samsung Galaxy S10 will sport larger 6.7 inches and a total of six cameras with Dual Selfie and Quad rear cameras one found on Galaxy A9 (2018). Earlier we had few leaks about the premium variant of Samsung Galaxy S10+ will feature triple rear cameras along with Dual Selfie cameras.
Now as per the WSJ report, Samsung Galaxy S10+ will retain the Samsung Galaxy S9+ Dual camera and will add the third sensor with 120 degrees wide-angle lens. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is also expected to arrive with Huawei Mate 20 Pro Reverse charging feature. Further, the WSJ also states that Samsung might unveil the 5G variant of Samsung Galaxy S10 in Feb but will be released only once the 5G networks go live globally.