Samsung Galaxy S10 codenamed 'Beyond' tipped for a January 2019 launch

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Samsung Galaxy S10 codenamed 'Beyond' tipped for a January 2019 launch

In addition, on the rear of the smartphone, Samsung appears to have swapped out the 12-megapixel sensor for a lower-end 16-megapixel camera that is often present on the company's Galaxy A-series smartphones. It is likely that the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 that will take place in Las Vegas in January next year could be the platform the company may use to announce the Galaxy S10. The main advantage of the foldable smartphone is the fact that it can be used even in the folded state with the outside display panel. The smartphone launch date is set for February 2019, according to South Korea's newspaper The Bell. Yet, what followed months after apparently did not please the company as financial reports revealed poor sales for the latest flagship. This leads us to believe that might be yet another smartphone from Samsung to sport the proprietary Infinity Display.

If leaks are to be believed, experts say that it is a smart approach for the manufacturer to inject something new. Until now the device was said to be in "long-term production" and carried the codename "Valley".

It was previously tipped that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 will feature 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB built-in storage capacity. Insiders claim that the firm's manufacturing arm will start to source components as early as November.

The ink on the marketing brochures for the recently released Samsung Galaxy S9 is barely dry and the rumours are already flying about next year's update.

The new phone is rumoured to have three 3.5-inch displays.

Following the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery fiasco, Samsung will want the Note 9 to really impress and continue the high sales numbers that the Note 8 managed.

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