Samsung seems quite keen to reveal its new lineup of Galaxy S flagships because, as you probably already know, the South Korean company plans to launch at least three Galaxy S10 variants. However, the star of the lineup will be Samsung’s 10th anniversary Galaxy S10, which will embed the latest top-tier technologies that the company is able to bring to the mass market.

A new report published by Wall Street Journal details Samsung’s plans to launch a fourth Galaxy S10 model that will include 5G support and no less than six cameras – two in the front and four in the back. The device is internally known as “Beyond X” and is expected to make its debut in the United States in the spring.

Unlike the other three Galaxy S10 models that will feature displays that range in size from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches, this particular model is said to boast an even larger 6.7-inch display. It will be the most expensive Galaxy S10 smartphone, but also one of the most technologically advanced handsets ever launched by Samsung.

Following disappointing Galaxy S9 sales, Samsung is pushing the “reset” button with its upcoming the Galaxy S10 lineup in an attempt to impress customers and regain some of its lost market share.

Samsung wants to attract to as many consumers as possible with the Galaxy S10, which is why each model features specific hardware configurations suitable for different price tiers. It remains to be seen how the South Korean giant will achieve its goal and whether or not its strategy will pay off.

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