Samsung's next Galaxy flagship may have 5G, six cameras... and zero notches

Samsung's next Galaxy flagship may have 5G, six cameras... and zero notches

That'd be the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10 Lite (final name for this last model still unknown). If Verizon is able to secure an exclusive for the Galaxy S10, it would probably be more of a marketing play than a significant sales driver for the carrier. Today, a cavalcade of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks have also appeared - including alleged renders of the final production model. The iPhone XR also has just one camera on the back, while the iPhone XS phones both feature dual-cam shooters.

It's unclear exactly why Samsung is looking to remove its trademark curvaceous display from at least one model of the Galaxy S10. These new devices will include between three and five cameras in total, but they will feature a new experience called reverse wireless charging.

The Samsung Galaxy spies are really on a role this week. The model number of the smartphone is not known yet, but it is rumored to feature a massive display of 6.7 inches. Either way, you're going to save a lot with these pre-Black Friday deals on Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

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The latest effort comes from a new report from The Wall Street Journal, which outlines Samsung's efforts to actually launch four different Galaxy S10 variants next year. What's the deal now? Samsung on November 1 launched its first ODM smartphone there, the Galaxy A6s, which is in fact designed and manufactured by China's Wingtech. That may come as no surprise as the Note line pioneered the hand and pocket stretching "phablet" movement, and now nearly every smartphone made is larger than the original couple of Galaxy Note generations. Just like other manufacturers, Samsung has, in the past, released new color options after a launch.

"After reorganizing its sales network in China a year ago, Samsung recently outsourced design and manufacturing to a local company, but so far that has not produced any noticeable results", said an industry insider. There'll be more devices than you can wave a notch at.

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