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Samsung’s S10 to sport six cameras, reverse wireless charging feature with 5G support

Samsung's S10 to sport six cameras, reverse wireless charging feature with 5G support

In increasingly saturated smartphone market it becomes quite essential to be innovative to stay above the rest of the competition. It seems Samsung is now starting to realise it and is set to take a giant leap forward in 2019. As per the latest report, Samsung is set to launch four variants of the upcoming flagship Galaxy S10. Out of the four variants, one variant which is codenamed Beyond X would sport six cameras, will have reverse wireless charging feature and comes with a 5G support.

Samsung's S10 to sport six cameras, reverse wireless charging feature with 5G support
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The remaining three variants are said to be minor variants of the S10 flagship with screen sizes varying between 5.8 to 6.4 inches. But the spotlight would be the superpowered Beyond X model. It would flaunt a mammoth 6.7-inch display, comes with a total of six cameras (two cameras in the front and four cameras in the rear end. The most exciting feature is the reverse wireless charging feature that allows sharing the charge with the nearby devices.

Further, Beyond X would come with 5G support. However, it depends largely on the availability of 5G services by the carriers in the area. Apparently, it seems Samsung has talked to some of the carriers like AT&T, Verizon, and T-mobile but there is no such concrete information. If everything goes well, the new Beyond X will debut somewhere in the middle of February. At least Beyond X appears very much in line to the Apple iPhone X conceptually.

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The other three S10 variants are expected to sport somewhere between three to five cameras in the front as well as the rear. Samsung has recently been facing intense competition from its rivals. Even though it is enjoying the top position currently, it may not take much time to be Huawei overtakes it to reach the pinnacle. Huawei has set aggressive plans to topple the smartphone market in 2019. Unless and until Samsung comes up with out of the box features in 2019, it is very difficult to maintain its position as a global leader shortly.

Sekhar. M
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