Samsung works in Galaxy S10 with 5G and six cameras 

The company Korean keeps innovating and growing. Now Samsung is preparing for four full variants of the Galaxy S10, including a 6.7-inch giant.

The new Smartphone would support 5G and six cameras: two on the front and four on the back.

Samsung would have revealed “at least” this headline in mid-February, but its launch would be linked to the availability of 5G networks.

It transcended that the company has spoken with AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, the matrix of Engadget, in addition to the networks of South Korea, but so far there is nothing in stone.

The other three phones would be relatively pedestrian. They would carry screens from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches and offer between three and five cameras in total. Their designs are not finished, but they could incorporate the ability to wirelessly charge other phones to the Huawei’s matte 20 Pro.

Out of this rumor, Samsung has been dropping clues about possible changes in the S10, such as notched screens (including a possible circular cutout), artificial intelligence processors, and higher resolution cameras.