New Galaxy S10 Leaks Suggest Four S10 Models And 5G Connectivity

5G is a new field to be conquered by the giants of the smartphone industry. Samsung seems to want to position itself among the first to adopt the new connectivity standard by launching their anniversary Galaxy S10 smartphone with 5G connectivity.

The upcoming 5G seems to be the new challenge which all the tech firms, like Samsung and Huawei, want to address as quickly as possible. And Samsung is no stranger to it if we believe a new leak about the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone, which could sign the return of the flat screen, as found by the famous XDA-Developers team.

Keep in mind that anything might change until the new Galaxy S10 hit the shelves, so the final version of the device might not come out with 5G connectivity, eventually.

Samsung Galaxy S10 could boast 5G connectivity, according to the latest leaks made available by XDA-Developers

The XML files from the last update of the Galaxy S9 signal for the presence of not less than four Samsung Galaxy S10 models of the next year. In other words, the South Korean tech giant seems to be counting on a multitude of models for its anniversary flagship. Among these, 5G compatibility could be found, probably in the most expensive model.

These XML files suggest four Galaxy S10 handsets dubbed as Beyond 0, 1, 2 and 2 5G. The latter would also boast the largest screen and would also be equipped with a fingerprint reader under the display. If Samsung is to offer a 5G-compatible model, it would undoubtedly hit the market before or at the same time as Huawei, which seems determined to follow this path after outperforming Apple in the last quarter.

Of course, this information reported by XDA-Developers team should be taken with a grain of salt. However, in the past, the site has been right many times, especially with this method of reading XML files.

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