Samsung is working on a six-camera smartphone with a large 6.7-inch display


Samsung is gearing up with some outstanding technologies for its 2019 line up of smartphones. The latest reports from our sources suggest that the company is working on a top-secret handset. It will arrive with six cameras in total. We expect to see two camera sensors on the front and four on the rear. Samsung tends to give a tough competition to the new Android king Huawei. The main purpose on the smartphone will be to overkill the camera on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. To recall, the mate 20 Pro has three cameras that can shoot up to 5x hybrid zoom and macro shots up to 2.5cm close to the camera.

Reports suggest that the secret name for the handset is the “Beyond X,” and it will come along with 5G connectivity. We expect the handset to arrive with the 6.7-inch display. Well, the display size will be larger than the 6.4″ Galaxy Note9, and it is possible that Beyond X will be the Galaxy Note10 for the 2019 big announcement. Samsung may push the size of Galaxy S10 series to 6.4 inches, and it will very well suite the market demands.

Samsung is working on a six-camera smartphone with a large 6.7-inch display

Galaxy S10 Rumors…

The same report further revealed information about the Samsung Galaxy S10, as well. Now, we can expect the Galaxy S10 family of smartphones to arrive in February. Now if the timeline is correct than the Beyond X will be an entirely new flagship from Samsung that will go with the Galaxy S10 series. Well, you can expect this smartphone to arrive on February 25 at MWC 2019.

Rumors also suggest that the Galaxy S10 will happen to have the reverse wireless charging like the Mate 20 Pro. We can expect Beefy batteries to go along with the galaxy S10 family of flagships. Also, the Galaxy Flex will make its way to the event before Samsung makes the handset official to the public.

Locanically, we don’t feel the need for six cameras to be the part of a smartphone. Companies must focus more on the camera software, and the only best implementation will remain the dual camera setup. Pixel smartphones are the best example of great photography on a single lens.