Samsung Galaxy S10 ‘Beyond X’ will be 5G-enabled

by Linda Olson December 22, 2018, 1:56
Samsung Galaxy S10 ‘Beyond X’ will be 5G-enabled

So, in particular, the Samsung Galaxy A8s smartphone is now available for pre-orders in China in the basic version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage memory for 3000 yuan (about $450).

We've had many Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks so far, but few have been from as reputable source as phone retailer Mobile Fun, who runs a major smartphone store in the UK. Samsung has lately made several strides in the smartphone camera department. New fast-charging technology is on the way - as it is with some other high-end phones - and Samsung's relative slow-charge methods will become a thing of the past.

According to Ice Universe, the Beyond X will be the Galaxy S10's top-end model with 5G support. It would basically operate similarly to all the competitor's features, taking multiple snaps and combining them, with the resulting final one being brighter.

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First of all, the base model will be a Galaxy S10 with a flat 5.8-inch screen that will be simply called Samsung Galaxy S10. According to a new report from XDA, it'll also come with a new camera mode called "Bright Night". "'Take bright pictures even in very dark conditions" says another code.

There's no guarantee that Bright Night will launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10, but it would make sense and we could see the feature hit the Note 9 and S9 duo as well, considering information on it is already in the code for the former. The upcoming device is expected to be unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress scheduled to be held between 24th of February to 27th of February 2019. If Samsung can get anywhere close to Google, it'll be a win.

That includes the United Kingdom, with all the major networks planning to introduce their 5G services in the next 12 months or so, but reports state that the Beyond X is only planned for release in the U.S. and Samsung's home country of South Korea initially.

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