Last year was all about Apple celebrating her 10th anniversary and thus, it is celebrated with the launch of the iPhone X which looked absolutely different and impressive in what Apple has produced so far. The launch of the iPhone X has brought out unexpected success for Apple.
There's no doubt that next year will be to the glory of Samsung as it's S series flagship smartphone will be 10 years of existence. However, celebrating this important event demands that Samsung should launch a new impressive smartphone just like Apple did in their iPhone X and thus, Samsung is fully ready to roll out new Galaxy S smartphone which is extremely special.
Based on the reports we have gathered so far, Samsung will launch three versions of the Galaxy S10 in early 2019, including one for low-cost flat-panel displays, and two for higher-end models with curved screens. The design of all three versions of the Galaxy S10 is said to have many changes.
Furthermore, the Wall Street Journal said there will be a version of the Galaxy S10 4 was released, code-named "Beyond X" (it is unclear that Samsung wants to play to insinuate that this Galaxy S10 will overtake Beyond iPhone X or not).
According to the Wall Street Journal source, the Galaxy S10 "Beyond X" will be a 5G smartphone, with a 6.7-inch screen and a total of six cameras (two self-contained cameras and four cameras).
The other three Galaxy S10 versions, code-named "Beyond 0", "Beyond 1" and "Beyond 2", will be sold sooner. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 "Beyond X" will only be sold out when operators are ready to put 5G technology into practice.
This source reveals a special feature of the Galaxy S10 "Beyond X", which is a wireless backward compatible charger. Hence, we've noticed this feature on Huawei's Mate 20 Pro, which is used to charge for wireless headsets or other smartphones.
The design of the Galaxy S10 version of the 10th anniversary may be different, but the Wall Street Journal's sources do not reveal it and thus, Samsung has not commented yet.