Samsung Galaxy S10 comes in three variants

Next year, Samsung celebrates the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy S line and that must of course be celebrated. The smartphone maker would get all sorts of “new” tricks out of the closet to stimulate the sales of the Galaxy S10 and leave the sales figures of the S9 quickly behind. According to the reports there are no less than three different models on the schedule, one of which would even get a triple camera.

Triple cameras

If the triple camera sounds familiar to you, it’s because we’ve seen something like this before with the Huawei P20 Pro. The device was launched with the very first Leica triple lens camera in the world with the highest number of pixels in smartphone photography. HMD Global found that all too interesting and shortly thereafter appeared the Nokia 9 with no less than three camera lenses at the back. Samsung now seems to be following the same path and, if all goes well, with the S10 next year we can also start with an abundance of sensors.

Three hardware versions Galaxy S10

Where until now we could choose between different storage versions, we would get three different hardware versions of the Galaxy S10 next year. The cheapest model would go under the code name Beyond 0 and would have a single camera on the back. In addition, we could also expect a Beyond 1 model, which would be given a double camera. The third model, the Beyond 2, should be the most expensive and also interesting model and be equipped with the new triple camera.

Innovation and more sales

With the Beyond 2, Samsung would like to show that they can still innovate after the strikingly familiar design of the Samsung Galaxy S9. The Beyond 0 would again be meant to boost sales by offering a more affordable model. This version will probably take on Apple’s 6.1 inch budget model, which we expect later in the year.

With the three cameras, Samsung would like to “fight” the new iPhone X on the other side. We do not know exactly what we can expect from the new iPhone X, but it will certainly be a fierce battle.

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