Samsung’s preparation for the 10th Anniversary of its Galaxy phone is underway, in the meantime, a news for the Galaxy S10 has emerged reporting several aspects of the handset. The Galaxy S10 is set to be released in the first half of next year.
The new report reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be launched in three models with code named: Beyond 0, Beyond 1 and Beyond 2. It’s the first time the Galaxy S series will get three models. Samsung began to expand the S series into two models with the launch of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
The Beyond 0 will be an entry-level model with 5.8-inch straight-screen, the Beyond 1 will be a mid-range with the same display and Beyond 2 will be the high-end model with a 6.2-inch curved screen.
In addition to the front shape, the back of the three mobile phones will also have differences, because it is followed by a single camera, dual camera and three cameras. This time Samsung will omit the Iris scanner to use fingerprint and 3D face recognition.
After all, why Samsung introduced three models at a glance, apart from the tenth-anniversary factor, the report also mentioned that Samsung hopes to expand audiences through the relatively low price of 5.8-inch standard screens, and at the same time hopes to use the high-end products such as Beyond 2 to demonstrate its technical strength.
Finally, the article also revealed that Samsung expects to launch a folding screen phone early next year. Let’s wait and see what further news brings.