After somewhat of a disappointing launch of the Galaxy S9 that only included iterative updates, Samsung is planning a big comeback next year. The company is already expected to launch a foldable phone next year, and details of the next Galaxy flagship, the Galaxy S10, have now been revealed by The Wall Street Journal.
WSJ reports that Samsung is working on four different versions of the Galaxy S10. The company will have three “regular” versions of the device — codenamed Beyond 0, Beyond 1, and Beyond 2. These new devices will include between three and five cameras in total, but they will feature a new experience called reverse wireless charging. The feature would allow users to use their Galaxy device to charge other devices wirelessly.
The company’s other Galaxy S10, codenamed Beyond X, will include other features. And that includes a huge 6.7-inch screen, and a total of six cameras — four on the back, 2 on the front. The device will also feature 5G support, and Samsung is going for a Spring 2019 release in the United States and South Korea.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 line looks one hell of an update for the company’s Galaxy S line. The updates will hopefully help the company revive its sales numbers, especially after the disappointing Galaxy S9 launch.