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Samsung Galaxy S10 Variant To Feature Two Selfie Cameras That Go Behind The Display: Report

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Samsung Galaxy S9 successor is tipped to feature three variants
  • Galaxy S10+ is tipped to feature dual in-display selfie cameras

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S-series flagship smartphone line-up has been making rounds for quite some time now, and Samsung is expected to release multiple variants. And given the fact that it will also mark the tenth-anniversary of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S-series, South Korean electronics giant is expected to introduce the set of whole new features.

According to a tipster, Samsung Galaxy S10+ would sport an Infinity-O screen just like the Galaxy A8s, featuring minimum bezels design on the front. But unlike a single camera hole in the Galaxy A8s’ display, the Galaxy S10+ is tipped to feature dual in-display selfie cameras.

Earlier, there were reports that Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite would also feature a similar-looking in-display selfie camera. Samsung Galaxy S9 successor is tipped to feature three variants, presumably the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.

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If reports are anything to go by, Samsung is likely to unveil its upcoming S-series flagship line-up at a rumoured “Unpacked” event ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019. Last week, there was a report that Samsung could be planning to announce a 5G-compatible variant of the Galaxy S10 next year.

According to reports, Samsung’s rumoured 5G-compatible variant is codenamed ‘Beyond X.’ The handset is tipped to feature a 6.7-inch display. It is also tipped to provide users with multiple cameras. Samsung’s rumoured Beyond X smartphone is expected in following memory configurations: 1TB, 512GB, and 128GB internal storage editions.

In related news, Samsung Galaxy M-series phones with bigger battery are expected to be launched early next year. Reports suggest that Samsung Galaxy M-series might replace the company’s existing Galaxy J, C and On series in order to streamline its affordable smartphones line-up.

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