It’s a milestone year in 2019 for the Galaxy S series and according to report in the Wall Street Journal, Samsung is planning something special for the tenth anniversary.
According to the report, Samsung is planning at least three devices under the Galaxy S series with display sizes ranging from 5.8-inch to 6.4-inch and a possibility of featuring reverse wireless charging in some variants, 5G support and cameras ranging from three to five (both front and back).
However, the juicier tidbit from the report is the development of the device, Beyond X. The report does mention the existence of 5G support and four rear cameras, just like its recently announced Galaxy A9 but rest of the details are pretty scarce. The display will be 6.7-inch in size, which somehow rules out the possibility of having a foldable display as the recently showcased panel goes to 7.3-inch when fully opened.
Just like every year, Samsung will announce the new Galaxy S phones in February around Mobile World Congress (MWC).